Hot on the heels of the Korean translation, I've just heard from Dimitar Minchev that he's completed the translation of the book into Bulgarian.
You can find the text here.
Thanks so much to Dimitar for his awesome effort.
The latest release (or is that escape) of the C# Yellow Book is now available for download. No massive changes to the text, but a few tweaks and corrections here and there. And cheese.
You can download it (along with sample code and whatnot) from here.
The Kindle version will be updated soon. I'm just grappling with adding an index. (why does making Kindle books have to be so hard?)
And, while we are on the subject of books what I wrote, you can now buy printed (or Kindle) copies of my lovely new "Begin to Code with C#", which was published a few weeks ago.
It's a great introduction to programming (said the author) and gets you creating useful and fun applications and games using my magical Snaps framework.
The latest edition of the C# Yellow Book is now available. This is the one that we will be using in our First Year Programming course at Hull.
There have not been a huge number of changes to the text, but after a number of requests I've added around 60 working code samples which are keyed to the text. You can use these to explore the programming concepts as you read the text.
You can download the text and the examples from here.