Webinar: Continuous Globalization Sandbox

What would it look like to have development and localization always connected in every feature and sprint automatically? Globally-focused companies often work hard to solve disconnects and growing backlogs regarding internationalization and localization. But still disconnects remain and the backlog grows. It’s a common complaint.

Update: Webinar was held on June 24th. Complete the form below to receive a link to the recording. 

Maybe your dates show up in US-centric format, or your number formats have the wrong separators. Or, perhaps the U/I defaults to English because you’re behind on translation because there are manual steps to run scripts to handle changes at the end of a sprint?

The results are lots of last minute hurry up issues with potential pitfalls. Global customers default to a second tier experience of your product or site and especially new features.

This webinar will show you a way to solve this using continuous globalization automation. This process forms a visible and manageable link between your developer’s source repositories and your translation processes and systems.

You’ll see how:

  1. To give your global users the same release timetable and quality user experience
  2. Releases can be in sync automatically with internationalization and localization
  3. To instantly know where your status and work needed for globalization

What’s in the webinar:

We’ll be working with real code, using GitHub for our source repository and our sandbox. You’ll see the round trip results from development to internationalization and localization.

When

Update: This webinar was held on June 24th, 2015. Complete the form below to receive a link to the recording.

Attendees will receive:

Who should attend:

  • Localization managers
  • Development managers
  • Program managers
  • Product managers

 

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