I was trying to find out what can i do to keep going with all my knowledge on the VCL, and also add some of the good ideas that .net can offer.
With the VCL and Win32 it was always like that, we use WIN32 when there were things that Microsoft actually did right, but for the rest, we depend on our mighty VCL.
Well, the VCL survived win16, Win32, Kylix and now .NET. The answer, VCL.NET
Read this great article from the guy who help porting it to its new generation.