This chapter might have been a little light on the code, but that is actually a good thing. The main thing to take away from this chapter is that deployment should be something that you not only consider, but plan for well in advance of actually writing any code.
Designing for the purpose of deployment is something that should be part of every application's design process. Even though ASP.NET applications are much easier to deploy than their predecessors, the environments into which those applications are being deployed are becoming more and more complex with increasing restrictions and requirements. After reading this chapter, you not only have some idea of how you can deploy your applications, but also a more thorough understanding of all the issues surrounding deployment in general.