Entries by Adam Asnes

i18n Webinar: Continuous Globalization Workflow

Perhaps you’ve heard the analogy that a good user experience is like a joke, you shouldn’t have to explain it. It’s not a leap to use that analogy as reasoning for supporting an active focus on optimizing internationalization and localization. If global user communities are important to you, they should be experiencing a product that […]

Webinar – False Positives and Managing Globalization In Sync with Development

When globally-focused companies begin implementing continuous globalization, they inevitably touch on disparate concerns between development and localization teams. Development teams commonly have fast and feature-focused release cycles. The localized quality of those releases is dependent on concurrent internationalization (i18n) and localization (L10n) activities, but it’s hard for the localization teams to stay in sync. Webinar […]

Lingoport Turns 15

Last month, LinkedIn reminded me that I started Lingoport 15 years ago. I’m not big on work anniversaries but this one made me stop and think. Forgive me as I take a little time to post about the road we’ve traveled. I incorporated Lingoport in March of 2001 starting up at the kitchen table. Back […]

Globalyzer 5.1 Released: Enhanced Java i18n, Globalyzer Lite improvements

April 5, 2016 – Lingoport is pleased to announce its Globalyzer 5.1 release now on Globalyzer.com. Globalyzer enables development teams to find and fix internationalization (i18n) issues in code during development rather than later during testing, localization and backlogs. Highlights of the release include: Finer control detecting and filtering locale-sensitive methods for Java Globalyzer Lite […]

Lingoport Releases Dashboard 5.0

Lingoport is pleased to announce its Dashboard 5.0 release is now available. Lingoport Dashboard provides a clear picture of the internationalization and localization status of software. You can monitor and manage software globalization at the point of creation continuously as it integrates with source code repositories and code check-ins. Highlights of the Lingoport Dashboard 5.0 […]

New Webinar: Continuous Globalization from Startups to Enterprises

There’s a special dynamic of product invention, adaptation and speed in startup software development. Prototype, show, adjust and keep moving forward. Teams knock themselves out to build a minimum viable product, get a customer, and get funding. Then comes the next phase where success is really built – going from minimum viable product (MVP) to […]

Globalyzer 5.0 Crushes Concatenations

Lingoport is pleased to announce its Globalyzer 5.0 release is now available. Highlights of the release include: New string concatenation-specific detection More precise filtering and detection based on class names using AST parsing to further reduce false positives. Globalyzer Lite enhancements that speed up and ease enterprise deployment within developer environments and automated code check-in […]

Holiday Greeting and Donation from Lingoport

Happy Holidays! This year’s holiday & New Year post features the Crestone Needle in Southern Colorado from this past weekend. It’s an ethereal place, inspiring contemplation and ease – which I wish for you and your family over the holidays. The photo is by Peter Ismert, who is my friend, cycling buddy, and teammate; and […]

Globalyzer 4.8.5 Released – i18n in the developer workspace

November 16, 2015, Boulder, CO Lingoport has released Globalyzer 4.8.5, which adds Globalyzer Lite to the Lingoport Suite. Globalyzer and the Lingoport Suite give developers and managers continuous proactive support for finding internationalization (i18n) and Localization (L10n) issues in source code as it is developed. With software development practices emphasizing rapid feature releases, it is challenging to support software […]