So, you’ve developed a new software application, and have high aspirations in terms of selling your application to a global audience. Now what? Problems often arise between developers, localization managers, and business managers due to perceived lack of support, time, and money.
This lack of understanding can lead to great frustration within the development tiers. Join us for an hour long online panel discussion and learn how some of the best known industry thought leaders are contributing to bridging the gap between software development and localization.
The panel features the following industry thought leaders and experts from the software development, content development, internationalization, and localization industries:
- Val Swisher, Founder & CEO of Content Rules
- Danica Brinton, Senior Director of International at Zynga
- Dale Schultz, Globalization Test Architect at IBM
- Edwin Hoogerbeets, Senior Internationalization Engineer at Palm
- Adam Asnes, CEO & President of Lingoport
Online Panel Discussion: “Bridging the Gap Between Software Development and Localization”
Date and Times: This webinar was originally held on Wednesday, August 3rd
Webinar recording: Request the recording of this webinar by completing the form at the bottom of this page
Erin Vang, Owner of GlobalPragmatica will be facilitating the online panel discussion. Erin has over twenty years of experience in statistical software documentation, quality assurance, project management, and localization, most recently as International Program Manager for the JMP Research and Development at SAS, and previously with Abacus Concepts and SYSTAT.
This presentation is intended for technical managers, software engineers, test engineering managers, QA managers, internationalization and localization managers, technical writers, content developers, and anyone wanting to learn more on how to optimize their global software releases.
We’d love to hear from you. Please send any questions or topics you’d like to have discussed during this panel to Chris Raulf @ chris (at) lingoport.com.