Due to the addition of a lot of the Hiero functionality to Nuke in order to create Nuke Studio, Nuke 9 sports a new graphical user interface. The functionality is the same, but the buttons look different and some have changed their location.
In the following three frames you can see the main changes, especially the ones affecting the first chapter of the book.
The overall layout stayed largely the same. Note the various panels are now held under the sub-menu Windows.
The Layout saving and restoring has been largely taken up by presets. However, it is still possible to choose to create a new Layout.
The viewer now looks and functions like Hiero’s viewer. Some buttons have moved and look different, but functionality is largely the same.