Una introducción a la programación en Emacs Lisp
That's the first book edited. The book translation to spanish has been done by Libremanuals. It's a paradigmatic book for the (emacs-es) commuty where spaniard people has done translation commitments or readings of the book to become better users and programmers.
In the world of programming there are 2 families: wolves and lambs. The lamb languages are academical languages with mathematical beauty, apropiated to the teaching and/or the researching; Haskell, Scheme and Modula are examples. The wolve languages are for industry, to earn money; PHP, C and Java are so. Emacs Lisp is a wolve with a lamb skin, use the scientific beautyfull to add productivity to the programmer and augment his salary.
The author is Robert J. Chassell, with a Richard M. Stallman preface. Robert J Chassell is a member founder of the Free Software Foundation and a great speaker abot Free Software. Richard M. Stallman is the GNU and FSF founder, he's the GNU Emacs author, too.
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Number of pages: 265