New Webinar: High Performance Software Internationalization

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Internationalization (i18n) and localization (L10n) are difficult undertakings prone to error. New i18n initiatives are rarely met with gleeful enthusiasm from all parties. Yet as companies expand their impact outside of their home markets, we’ve seen time and again that i18n and L10n are critical components. Through our experience, Lingoport has learned a great deal about how to make efforts less painful and even straightforward and positive, from initial i18n efforts to ongoing i18n and L10n support.

Lingoport originally started as an i18n services company. We continue to deliver several large-scale i18n projects each year over millions of lines of code. In this position, we’ve gained valuable cross organizational experience. We’re highlighting both the human and technology factors for initial and ongoing globalization efforts in our next webinar: Globalizing Your Product Development.

Highlights:

  • i18n and L10n business case and your company’s world outlook
  • Conflict between feature development schedules and globalization
  • Contrasting initial projects vs. ongoing globalization
  • New i18n and L10n effort procedures
    • Scoping with metrics and architectural views
    • Technical challenges and concurrent development
    • Technologies that reduce time and risk
    • Project phasing
    • Example costs
  • Ongoing i18n
    • Development cycles and agile emphasis
    • Integrating development, QA and localization
    • Your company’s G11n ecosystem
    • Successful examples
  • Questions and Answers

This webinar is lead by Adam Asnes, Lingoport’s CEO, and Lori Cameron, Lingoport’s VP of i18n Services.

Who should attend:

  • Development, QA, Localization Managers and executives
  • Business minded Developers and L10n Engineers
  • Product Managers

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