It seems my office is going to start migrating from Classic ASP to ASP.NET MVC beginning sometime in Q1 2010. That's assuming our CEO signs off on it -- which he really should, since VBScript is a dead language and I'd rather scoop my eyes out with a melon-baller than keep using it.
In the meantime, though, I'm finally starting to use .NET on-the-job. In fact, after I finish posting this I need to figure out how to convert a normal C# class into a web service using Visual Studio 2008. But so far, I'm loving C# even though I'm still fumbling my way through the basics: how to use the static keyword properly, handling errors, etc.