Continuous Internationalization (i18n) in Every Sprint and Release

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What if you could monitor and fix internationalization (i18n) issues while developing code, without even necessitating running a tool? We’ve been up to something that fundamentally changes the way i18n integrates into development cycles. It’s easy and so simple we’re kicking ourselves for not thinking of it years ago.

It’s called Globalyzer Express and we’re going to show you why we think it’s a game-changer for software i18n and L10n in this world of global customers.

Globalyzer Express Dashboard for i18n

Software development is embracing internationalization (i18) as a fundamental building block for a quality localization effort, but most development teams must take an ad-hoc approach to i18n. They have lacked the systems to do otherwise. It goes against quality software development practices to wait to verify a fundamental requirement during testing or worse – after localization, as it costs more in time and iterations. Some companies are sophisticated in their approach to pseudo localization, and that’s great, but it’s still test focused, potentially creating new technical debt and backlogs.

The challenge is to make i18n visible, easy, actionable and a seamless part of ongoing development – and not just the domain of i18n experts.

We’ll be presenting a compelling demonstration of how continuous internationalization (i18n) and localization (L10n) can be easy, scalable and affordable.

When: Webinar recorded on July 31, 2013 – 45 minutes

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Presenters: Adam Asnes, Lingoport’s CEO and Olivier Libouban, Lingoport Product Manager and Globalization Architect

What you’ll learn:

  • Why the status quo for managing i18n breaks basic principals of software development efficiency – especially for agile teams
  • How to integrate i18n and L10n measurement into your source code with no tools learning curve and super-easy reporting
  • A better way to bridge gaps of understanding and process between localization and product development

We’ll be working with open source projects showing a production environment with real software and not just running on PowerPoint.

The presentation will include a Q&A portion, which is usually pretty lively.

Who should attend:

  • Development Managers
  • Localization Managers
  • Program Managers
  • Engineers

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