Thanks for the kind words...feel free to write a review on Amazon.com!! :>)
I've thought about a second book, but I'm still thinking about what topics need to be covered. I kind of like the single application idea, but it would have to be generic enough to appeal to all readers, yet cover the topics at hand. I'm working on a stock forecasting program that uses real time stock quotes to define trigger points for buying and selling stocks based on a model I've developed. It would dig deep into database programming, using the grid control, SQL, app-to-web communications, threading, all of course using a 3-tier OOP architecture. It's still a bit fuzzy, but I'm working on the code right now.
Any ideas you people have out there are always welcomed!! And, again, thanks for taking the time to tell me about your experience with the book.
Jack Purdum, Ph.D.
Author: Beginning C# 3.0: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming (and 14 other programming texts)