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The book forum on Manning's website contained a more detailed description of the changes we made in the second edition but, unfortunatelly, Manning pulled the plug on the forum. With it, all posts including that description turned to dust.
Below is a (slightly altered) copy of that description:
What the motivation is for the second edition, and, what's new?
Our main motivation for writing a the second edition is to share our new knowledge with a broad audience. Although blog posts, presentations, and Pluralsight videos allow us to get this message across, there is no medium as suited to get a complicated story across as a book.
Because writing a new book is a major undertaking, Mark has asked me to help him. It was simply too much to chew off for Mark alone.
What will not change:
What will change:
The second edition focusses even more on patterns & practices than the first edition already did. There are several areas you will notice this:
The book focusses on .NET Core and its frameworks. Although there is still a lot of code that works for any .NET version, especially the parts that show how to integrate (most notably chapter 7), are focused on .NET Core and ASP.NET Core.
We incorporated many of the lessons we learned and knowledge we gained since the first edition was published. This will sometimes manifest itself in small notes or warnings, up to sidebars or even complete sections or chapters.