Miss anything from this year’s Internationalization and Localization Conference? Have no fear. We recorded each of the sessions, and those sessions are now available for your viewing pleasure. Additionally, you are welcome to download and follow along with the slideshow presentations, which are available for each presentation. Just fill out the form below to view the videos.
What’s Happening at the i18n & L10n Conference?
For the second consecutive year, Lingoport will host the Internationalization and Localization Conference at Techmart in Santa Clara, California.
Register now for $169 before our early-registration deal runs out this Friday (conference price will increase to $199; i18n Training price will increase to $750). Our popular i18n Training is being offered once again, and we only have a handful of spots left.
Pre-Conference Internationalization Training
We are …
The Second Annual Internationalization and Localization Conference is coming up in just three weeks! To prepare everyone for the March 14th event in Santa Clara, California, we will share what to expect from many of our exciting presentations in the weeks leading up to the event. This week we look at how volunteer localization is done at Wikimedia Foundation, an adventure in internationalization, and get the expert’s take on i18n QA.
Early-bird registration prices end …
The Second Annual Internationalization and Localization Conference is coming up in just over a month! To prepare everyone for the March 14th event in Santa Clara, California, we will share what to expect from many of our exciting presentations in the weeks leading up to the event. This week we look at a few internationalization-centric presentations as well as what to expect from this year’s fast and furious Demo Derby.
First, some General Information:…
A big thanks goes out to everybody who attended the 2012 Internationalization & Localization Conference, and the event sponsors Acrolinx, Alchemy, Cloudwords, e2f translations, Jonckers, Moravia, Rearden Commerce and VistaTEC, for making our vision become a reality. Attendees from companies big and small made for a great environment for networking. From Twitter’s translation crowdsourcing, to an intuitive globalization scorecard from experts at Adobe, AutoDesk and Zynga, to how i18n departments can empower a company, all …
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