Windows MFC. Why are all the books on it from the late 90's?
On my course, one of the recommended reading list items is Programming Windows with MFC by Jeff Prosise.
The last time this was published was 2001, and the only copies I get of it here in the UK are at £75+. All the reviews of the book I have read recommend it.
Looking for other books on the subject, they to were published around the same time, and since then there seems to be hardly any published books on the subject.
I was hoping some of you kind folks could explain why this is the case. Is MFC a dead 'technology' or something?
I always like to get the latest date of publication books for computers etc because the industry changes so fast, so I would of thought that publishers would love to publish a new version, considering the prices it is fetching, hence my thinking perhaps MFC is a dying art.
Thanks for any information :)