Partners Lingoport and ENLASO to Host Live WebSeminar on Making Software Applications Global-Ready
Learn how to make internationalization a smooth effort and avoid iterative and expensive delays to global software releases and revenue.
BOULDER, CO (May 5, 2008) -- ENLASO Corporation, a leading provider of translation and localization solutions, and partner Lingoport, a leading provider of internationalization services, today announced that the two companies will present a live training course on Thursday, June 12th, 2008, titled "Global-Ready Applications: Programming for the World." The course, taught by Cary Clark, Lingoport’s Globalization Architect, features expert advice on how to successfully take on software globalization projects with millions of lines of code and transform them into global-ready assets.
“This interactive class provides a clear understanding of how technology companies benefit from the addition of internationalization to their software localization plans,” comments John Watkins, ENLASO’s President and COO.
“Simple precautionary steps in the internationalization process can help avoid costly mistakes in getting a software application world-ready. This class teaches many best-practices and we’re excited to partner once again with ENLASO to host this event,” adds Adam Asnes, President and CEO at Lingoport.
The two hour online course introduces engineers and technical managers to software internationalization engineering for efficient localization, including:
Fundamentals of internationalization.
Implications of globalized programming on a variety of programming languages.
Unicode and how it’s implemented on various platforms.
How to assess large volumes of code for global readiness.
Source control strategies for parallel feature development.
Keeping code internationalized over the years, and much more.
WebSeminar: “Global-Ready Applications: Programming for the World”
Date: Thursday, June 12th, 2008
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. PDT
Where: Your desktop
Register at: http://www.translate.com or http://www.lingoport.com/internationalization_webseminar
Cost: $149.00 (enter promo code “INVPR” and receive $60 off your registration)
Course attendees are invited to submit “problem” source code examples to the instructor before the WebSeminar, so real-world examples can be used during the online training.
Bonus benefits include: Access to all training materials and a recording of the live class as well as a complimentary two-hour internationalization consulting session with Lingoport.
About the presenter:
This WebSeminar is taught by Cary Clark, a highly recognized Globalization and Internationalization Architect. Clark, a 15 year veteran of the globalization and internationalization industry, has extensive knowledge and hands-on experience with numerous technologies, including Java, .Net, database platforms (Oracle, SQL Server, etc.), Web technologies, and scripting languages.
About Lingoport (http://www.Lingoport.com)
Lingoport, Inc. helps global businesses adapt and leverage their software for world market readiness. Lingoport provides extensive internationalization services including analysis, design, implementation, testing and training. The company’s Globalyzer software product helps companies systematically adapt their software code and development practices to be more efficient for worldwide customers who demand that software works the way they expect.
About ENLASO (http://www.translate.com)
ENLASO Corporation, an ISO 9001 company, provides clients with enterprise language solutions. ENLASO delivers multilingual solutions to the social networking, online dating, IT, life sciences, legal, financial, gaming, advertising, and telecommunications industries. Services include localization of software, Web sites, marketing communications, technical documentation, localization testing, and consulting and training.
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