Entries by Adam Asnes

I18n JavaScript – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

i18n JavaScript: Given JavaScript’s status as the de facto browser client scripting language, and given the international nature of the Internet, it was inevitable that JavaScript and internationalization (i18n) would eventually cross paths. Fortunately, in this day and age of Unicode, character corruption can be avoided if care is taken to make sure JavaScript is using it. Unfortunately, […]

January 2008: Lingoport Announces Globalyzer Diagnostics to Assess Application Global Readiness

New tool quickly quantifies challenges to software code and web site internationalization BOULDER, Colorado, January 09, 2008 — Lingoport, the leading provider of software internationalization tools and services, announced the release of Globalyzer Diagnostics, a revolutionary new means of assessing source code readiness for global markets. For the first time, Globalyzer Diagnostics enables software professionals to […]

Your Project is Late! Any Idea What that Costs?

A local leadership conference a few years ago featured a live panel discussion including Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, and Michael Moritz of Sequoia Capital, a Google’s investor and board member. The first question tossed out was: what makes a company great? Mr. Schmidt quickly answered,

October 2007: Lingoport Releases Results of Industry-Wide Study on Software Localization and Globalization Readiness

Identifies Gaps in Internationalization Capacity for Both Clients and Localization Service Providers BOULDER, Colorado, October 30, 2007 – Lingoport, Inc., (www.lingoport.com) a leading provider of globalization software and services, today announced results of an industry-wide Internationalization (i18n) and Localization (l10n) Study that examines readiness on the part of clients and Localization Service Providers (LSPs) to […]

October 2007: Lingoport Launches Industry-Wide Survey to Gauge Impact of Internationalization on Localization Projects

Survey Results Available at Localization World Conference Workshop BOULDER, Colorado, October 1, 2007 – Lingoport, Inc., (www.lingoport.com) a leading developer of globalization software and services, today announced that it has launched a survey to explore how internationalization of software and websites may reduce the risks and timelines of localization projects. Survey results will be discussed […]