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One of the most frequently asked questions regarding our approach is: "How good is the resulting code?". This is an extremely important question as it drives total cost of ownership of your .NET codebase after the migration effort. As important as this is, it can be difficult to answer because quality can be a slippery subject. Different teams, different applications, and different requirements lead to different definitions for what is "good" quality and, of course, the standard for quality changes over time. For example, we assume that at one point using VB6 for you your mission-critical applications was your an accepted standard, but now it depending on VB6 is considered risky and is probably a clear violation of standards.

In order to facilitate a productive discussion about quality, we must frame it in terms of two objective measures: