So you found some internationalization (i18n) issues during Localization (L10n) and you file a bug. Maybe it’s a concatenated string that won’t properly translate, maybe it’s a broken date time format, or maybe it’s some other issue.
The possibilities are long, and let’s face it…whatever the issues are, they can wreak havoc on your localization quality and efficiency. And what’s worse, that bug you filed may simply go into a backlog where it will sit for a while or maybe even forever. Sound familiar?
Check out our May webinar recording “A New & Painless Way to Bring i18n and L10n into Software Development” and discover how to turn this all around…with ease.
Check out our webinar teaser below.
Software Localization Hoops…With Fire
Sure your localization processes may be working…But you need to wait for late in the latest development cycle as strings are still being reworked, AND you don’t want to have to jump through hoops for translations, over and over again.
Or maybe you’re concerned about minimum charges? In any case, we’re excited to demonstrate 2 new solutions to improve and simplify your processes.
Globalyzer i18n Express – Free to run from GitHub (at least for now) where your developers can get immediate i18n feedback as they write code.
IAM Locale Process – Update localization automatically with a Linguistic QA process that mirrors the functional QA that your development teams are already engaging with.
In this webinar you’ll discover a whole new way to localize that lowers costs, increases speed and puts localization right in with the functional testing path, rather than as a separate process.
Remember, if your efforts are not part of the development loop, you’re always going to be an external process.
Live Demonstrations Include
- I18n in the developer workflow super simplified
- Immediate L10n gratification, at zero incremental cost
- Instant L10n review, without cumbersome screenshots, bug management, developer updating
- Date: May 21st, 2020
- Time: 9AM Pacific, Noon Eastern, 18:00 CEST
- Duration: 45 minutes, plus audience Q&A