With the .NET 3.5 cycle out of the way and ASP.NET 4.0 on the horizon, it’s time to try and figure out a way to incorporate the many new features and techniques that have emerged or been released into the next editions of ASP.NET books.

So then, what would you put in ‘Programming ASP.NET 4.0’ and what would you NOT put in it? Books are supposed to be for the programming community so here’s your chance to have your say.

Feel free to add comments here or in the thread I’ve started on Stack Overflow about the same topic.