Having read and reread your ebooks, I still find myself consulting the 2008 book on occasion. The ebooks take a more end-user orientation which I applaud enthusiastically , but sometimes the nuts/bolts is appreciated. I understand that doing both approaches would literally be 2 sets of books,
Do you feel the 2008 book is still (for the most part) a useful reference to the CSLA architecture? Also, are there any glaring "disregard this" pieces of info in the book that come to mind?
The details of some subsystems have changed from 3.6 to 4.2 - most notably the business/validation/authorization rules, and to a lesser degree the data portal.
But for the most part the 2008 book remains relevant, yes.
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