2013 Conference

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Squashing the Top-10 Most Common World-Readiness Bugs

Michael Kuperstein, a software localization engineer at Intel, discusses finding and fixing internationalization bugs in software that is connected to hardware.


i18n Case Study: An Adventure in Internationalization
Becca Gronau, an Application Architect at Elsevier, discusses the i18n of Elsevier’s flagship product Scopus. Scopus has about 1 million unique users each month and has over 500,000 lines of code and supports approximately 2 million transactions per day.


How to Drive Efficient Customized Localization with Agility
Michael McKenna, a Senior Manager of International Engineering, discusses how Zynga incorporated localization into their development process to simultaneously develop and ship over 50 products.

Additional Recordings

Sprinting to the Finish: 7 tips for Successful Localization with Agile

i18n QA Expert Panel

Bridging the Gap Between Software Development & Localization

Volunteer Localization at Wikimedia Foundation

Seven Tips to Maximize the Value of your Translation Memory

Demo Derby

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