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I am looking for a book which cover C#, web services and ASP.NET 2.0 I found the following book having these topics but it was printed in January 2002.

Professional C# Web Services: Building .Net Web Services with ASP.Net and .Net Remoting

I am wondering, is by any chance the revised edition of this book be printed in the near future?

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Since ASP 2.0 isn't even in BETA yet, I think it would be innapropriate to have a book about it- as its LIKELY to change, based on the changes from BETA of ASP1.0 to the released version.

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I think the BETA version of ASP.NET 2.0 is available and if you search GOOGLE on ASP.NET 2.0 you will find thousands of link about books and articles.
This was not my main concern I was just wondering when the new edition of the following book will be available?

Professional C# Web Services: Building .Net Web Services with ASP.Net and .Net Remoting

I don't know this is the right forum to post this question or not.

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Hi Ned,

There is no public beta of ASP.NET. It's available to PDC visitors, MSDN subscribers and a hand full of other people, but that's about it.

As things are scheduled right now, ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio .NET will not be released before Q2 2005. So I agree with Hal: it doesn't make sense to write an update of a book on a technology that is still going through major changes in the next year.

I think you'll need to contact Wrox to be absolutely sure, though.

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I mentioned earlier ASP.NET 2.0 is not my main concern.

There's so many things have been changed in C#, web services and .Net remoting technologies since January 2002 (almost 2 1/2 years). So may be its a right time to revise this book with the enhancements and write something about the upcoming developments.

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