What would it look like to have development and localization always connected in every feature and sprint automatically? Globally-focused companies often work hard to solve disconnects and growing backlogs regarding internationalization and localization. But still disconnects remain and the backlog grows. It’s a common complaint.
Update: Webinar was held on June 24th. Complete the form below to receive a link to the recording.
Maybe your dates show up in US-centric format, or your number formats have the wrong separators. Or, perhaps the U/I defaults to English because you’re behind on translation because there are manual steps to run scripts to handle changes at the end of a sprint?
The results are lots of last minute hurry up issues with potential pitfalls. Global customers default to a second tier experience of your product or site and especially new features.
This webinar will show you a way to solve this using continuous globalization automation. This process forms a visible and manageable link between your developer’s source repositories and your translation processes and systems.
You’ll see how:
- To give your global users the same release timetable and quality user experience
- Releases can be in sync automatically with internationalization and localization
- To instantly know where your status and work needed for globalization
What’s in the webinar:
We’ll be working with real code, using GitHub for our source repository and our sandbox. You’ll see the round trip results from development to internationalization and localization.
Update: This webinar was held on June 24th, 2015. Complete the form below to receive a link to the recording.
Attendees will receive:
- a sandbox account to further explore Continuous Globalization
Who should attend:
- Localization managers
- Development managers
- Program managers
- Product managers