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Japanese edition of Trino: The Definitive Guide

Do you know where the name ‘Trino’ comes from? It’s actually a shortened form of ‘neutrino’. These fast and lightweight subatomic particles have recently made their way to Japan. You can now reserve your copy of the Japanese edition of Trino: The Definitive Guide!

Today, we are happy to announce that the Japanese translation of the book Trino: The Definitive Guide is available for the communities all across Japan and far beyond. Preorder today and get your copy from the first batch in the middle of March. Hopefully it can lower the barrier to Trino for native speakers. We invite you all to get your own copy:

Our thanks goes out Masanori Nishida and his teams at Shuwa System. I would also like to thank my great team of translators and collaborators, Kai Sasaki, Akira Ajisaka, Kaname Nishizuka, and Miki Takata for their help in making the book a reality. We hope many readers can benefit from the translated edition.

We look forward to chatting with many of our new readers and Trino users on the general-jp channel in the Trino community Slack, other channels, and direct messaging.

Also, don’t forget to tell us about your usage of Trino in the upcoming Trino Fest 2024 as a speaker. Or just register to attend the free event.

Yuya Ebihara