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i18n Training at i18n & L10n Conference Nearly Sold Out

Lingoport will host an internationalization (i18n) training on Wednesday, March 13th, the day prior to the main Internationalization and Localization Conference, at Techmart in Santa Clara, CA.

The training only has a few spots left, so sign up soon to guarantee your spot! There’s also a combined discount when you register for both the training and the conference together.

What will I learn?

Training attendees are taught i18n practices and given hands-on code examples & exercises for each of the following:

  • Date/Time formats, Calendars, Time Zones, Currencies & Locale Strategies
  • String handling, writing systems & encoding
  • Bidirectional languages and pseudo-localization
  • Morroring, text sizes & pseudo-localization
  • Detection and resolution of i18n issues within specific code examples

Who is teaching the class?

Lingoport’s Globalization Lead, Olivier Libouban will instruct the class. Olivier has conducted many on-site training sessions with Lingoport customers and is a sought after internationalization presenter and teacher.

Who should attend?

Those with basic to advanced software development knowledge and those eager to learn best practices of internationalization to better their localization and globalization processes.

*Attendees are required to bring their own laptop with Java 1.5 or higher and their own development environment installed on it. Instructions will be provided prior to the class.

What Should I Expect?

Last year’s attendees came from Twitter, Zynga, Microsoft, NetApp, PayPal and Nook. We received an overwhelming positive response from last year’s training:

“Very engaging and knowledgeable”
“I wanted to hear the opinions and tips of someone who really works in i18n” 
“[I was] exposed to the deep technical process for internationalization of the code.”

“Great training class for becoming aware of i18n issues and how to avoid them.”

This year’s attendees are from world-renowned technology companies as well. You’ll be in good company.

How do I sign up?

Sign up through our RegOnline portal and see the detailed curriculum on the i18n & L10n Conference page.

Registration is $750 for the training, and $800 if you are planning on attending the conference the following day. We only have a few spots left, so sign up today!

We hope to see you there!

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