When I got home today, there was a large box from Wiley, the kind I usually get when I receive comp copies of the books I wrote. But I had already received all my copies of both books, so I was curious as to what was inside. I opened the box and found five copies of Professional JavaScript, translated completely into Spanish. I nearly fell over laughing. At my last job, Don and I used to try translating technical terms and descriptions into Spanish for fun, and here’s a whole book! So now my problem is that I don’t know anyone who knows Spanish and wants to learn JavaScript.

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