Introduction to Snap! for programmers?

Is there a documentation that allows people who are already experienced with other languages to understand Snap!, based on common programming language concepts like data types, variables, control structures, functions / procedures, process communication, multithreading and so on?
The Reference Manual does this just partially, but not very consequently. So it takes me - as a Snap! beginner - a lot of time to first read the manual in detail and then, in a kind of backward conclusion, find out what the particular elements are meant to be.

This isn't exactly what you're looking for, but maybe the Snap! Crash Course would help.

You can go to the "Examples" page in the Snap! website and remix them. You can observe their codes and try to add whatever you want to add to them.

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