Software Globalization Testing and Remedies

Webinar Recorded

Thu, October 13, 2022

Duration: 60 minutes

9AM Pacific, Noon Eastern, 18:00 CEST

Software Globalization Testing and Remedies Webinar

What practices work for testing and fixing software globalization issues? In this webinar, we’ll consider 3 stories of using tests and measurements for internationalization and localization success.

  • Stop creating i18n/L10n bug backlogs that don’t get resolved.
  • What gets measured gets done and improves.

How you test can be an important way to close that rift that often happens between developers and localization teams. Of course, there’s more to it, but when you test and fix, you have a natural feedback loop to developers and team members, so i18n and L10n thinking become part of their knowledge and experience.

In this webinar, we’ll give examples of the following:

  • Including i18n into code reviews
  • Automating i18n/L10n visual testing into unit and functional tests before localization
  • Automating localization updates while eliminating bottlenecks
  • Getting fast and actionable translation release input from regional teams and linguists
  • Advanced teams to work out legacy localization bugs

We’ll bring you real examples that show how Developers, QA teams, Localization teams, Regional offices, and Linguists can all contribute.

Learn ways to make meaningful impacts on your localization product quality while saving time, budget, and hassle.

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