Internationalization (i18n) is often late, incomplete and messy. Most i18n issues stem from the basic question: is it internationalized? Most don’t know the answer or underestimate the complexity of i18n (or just think it’s as basic as string externalization). Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way.
There is tangible value in being able to confirm global readiness of product releases. At Lingoport, we often see i18n issues start at the top, with …
The latest Globalyzer Release Features new Programming Languages, new Rule Sets, Additional Support to Help Software Development Teams Share the String Externalization Work, and an Internationalization Scorecard
Lingoport, a provider of i18n tools and internationalization consulting services, announced yesterday the release of Globalyzer 3.6. Lingoport also announced that it will participate in an online panel presentation along with Zynga, IBM, and Hewlett-Packard, to discuss software development and localization on Wednesday, August 3rd.
So, you’ve developed a new software application, and have high aspirations in terms of selling your application to a global audience. Now what? Problems often arise between developers, localization managers, and business managers due to perceived lack of support, time, and money.
This lack of understanding can lead to great frustration within the development tiers. Join us for an hour long online panel discussion and learn how some of the best known industry thought leaders …
Mister Zebra and Miss Giraffe introduce you to Lingoport’s next webinar: Bridging the Gap Between Software Development and Localization.
This webinar will feature a panel of software development, internationalization and localization professionals and will be held on Wednesday, August 3rd at 12:30pm EDT.
Technical managers, software engineers, test engineering managers, QA managers, internationalization and localization managers, technical writers, content developers, and anyone wanting to learn more on how to optimize their global software releases …
We’re very happy to announce that our internationalization scorecard webinar on Thursday, June 16 will feature guest speaker Mike McKenna, Senior Manager of International Engineering at Zynga. Zynga is a leader in social games including hit titles FarmVille and Mafia Wars.
Details of the webinar can be found at an old post, here: http://i18nblog.com/2011/05/24/internationalization-score-card-efforts/
The webinar targets technical managers, software engineers, test engineering managers, QA managers, internationalization and localization managers, and anyone facing ongoing …
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