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Subject: Fwd: "Turtle Confusion" en Español
From: "Daniel Ajoy" <da.ajoy@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 07 Oct 2012 15:10:23 -0500

From: Manuel Kaufmann
Date: 2012/10/7
Subject: [pyar] "Turtle Confusion" en Español

= English Version =

Hi all,

I'm writing to announce the official publication of the Spanish
translation of the book "Turtle Consfusion" by Barry Newell. This
translation can be found in its OnLine version[1] and in its PDF[2]
version as well.

We are very happy of finally being able to do this publication because a great
effort has been done to make it possible and we believe that this book is
really useful in the programming and educational world.

We hope that many teachers, students, parents and anyone can benefit from it!

= Versión en Español =

Hola a todos,

Les escribo para anunciar la publicación oficial de la traducción al
Español del libro de Barry Newell, "Turtle Confusion". La misma se
puede encontrar en su versión OnLine[1] o también en su versión en

Estamos muy contentos de finalmente hacer ésta publicación ya que se
hizo un esfuerzo muy grande para llevarla adelante y creemos que es un
libro muy útil en el mundo de la programación y la educación.

¡Espero que le sirva a muchos docentes, alumnos, padres y a quien sea!

[1] http://turtle-confusion-spanish-version.readthedocs.org
[2] https://github.com/downloads/humitos/turtle-confusion-es/la-confusion-de-la-tortuga.pdf

Kaufmann Manuel
Blog: http://humitos.wordpress.com/
Porfolio: http://fotos.mkaufmann.com.ar/
PyAr: http://www.python.com.ar/

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