On Monday, 3 March 2014 at 18:39:34 UTC, bearophile wrote:
Adam D. Ruppe:
My goal is to act as a nice complement to Andrei's book, not
to repeat it, so while I do cover a lot of language features,
I try to do them in the context of bigger picture tasks. So
hopefully, the books can go together and reinforce each other.
Congratulations Adam :-)
Now among the printed books about D there's Andrei book, the
book about Tango, and your one. Plus there's Ali Çehreli online
book, and probably more. Compared to other new languages like
Scala there are far less books about D, but the situation is
I believe there is a Japanese book for ~0.110
But the link is dead and I really couldn't/can't confirm that the
book was print.