Lot of numbers in that heading. 🙂
We've made the move to Windows 7 and we love it. However, we haven't really made the move to VB.NET. I still like developing in VB6; I know that makes me a little bit of a relic, but I don't do that much development these days to justify the investment in fully ramping up on VB.NET.
So, I had to tweak a legacy application I wrote which reads an email from a POP3 mailbox and writes the contents into a database.