A long time ago, in 1991, a new programing language was born: Visual Basic became 25 this month!
See @ThatVBGuy and the blogpost here: Happy 25th Birthday, VB!
I personally started with VB 3.0 in 1993 - the first release on Windows 3.x. And VB 3.0 made Windows Apps available for me (yes, I am that old).
For some features of VB14, check out Visual Studio Toolbox: What's New in Visual Basic 14.
And I still like VB (.net) - besides other languages.