I had lunch Sunday with Damien Watkins who taught the first every class using the .NET Framework and is now working for MS Research in Cambridge.  He and I were commiserating the fact that we had not been asked to do a 2nd rev of our (and Mark Hammond’s) Programming in the .NET Environment book.   In general sales in the technical book market have not been great and I think it is fair to say there was a glut of .NET books on the market.  But I think the product is starting to be mature enough for the “classics” to emerge.  Those that get 2, 3, or more revisions….   Who do you think gets in that list?  Are you ready for a 2nd revision of any of your .NET books?  Maybe updated with Whidbey content?