Adam Asnes and Angelika Zerfass to present at LocalizationWorld: Intro to Internationalization and Localization

Internationalization and Localization experts Adam Asnes, of Lingoport, and Angelika Zerfaß, of zaac, are going to present at this years’ LocWorld. Their session is titled “Intro to Internationalization and Localization” and will be moderated by Daniel Goldschmidt, principal consultant and cofounder of RIGI Localization Solutions.

Their presentation will give an overview over the different areas in internationalization and localization projects where best practices exist — starting from the concept of internationalization and how it is applied to project management dos and don’ts and the tools and technologies used in the field.

Join them on Thursday, October 7, 2010 at 10:15am: Intro to Internationalization and Localization

Internationalization (I18n) expert Adam Asnes to present at LocWorld 2010

Free Webinar: Writing and Documenting Software for the World with Agile Demands

Entering new global markets can be highly rewarding, yet companies are often faced with cutting costs and rapidly deploying high quality products. In order to succeed in today’s challenging business environment, global companies need to embrace more efficient content authoring processes and often look for tools to assist in this process.

Webinar: Writing and Documenting Software for the World with Agile Demands
Date: Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am PDT
Where: Your desktop
Register at: https://acrolinx.webex.com/acrolinx/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=664506417
Cost: Complimentary
Presenters: Kent Taylor, VP and General Manager at acrolinx, Adam Asnes, Lingoport President and CEO, and special guest Mike McKenna, Globalization Manager at Yahoo!

As part of this Webinar, software authoring, internationalization, and globalization experts Kent Taylor of acrolinx, Adam Asnes of Lingoport, and Mike McKenna of Yahoo! will share their views and discuss a variety of best practices, including:

  • Increasing production time for documentation with reuse
  • Decreasing translation costs by decreasing the amount of documentation
  • Integrating internationalization into the software and content development cycle

This event targets professionals involved in helping their company succeed in international markets, including Software Developers, Engineers, Engineering Managers, Internationalization and Localization Managers, Information Developers, Technical Writers, and Senior Executives responsible for international market share.