Target Audience: Manager, Software Engineer, Systems Analyst
Level of Session: Intermediate
This talk will trace the history of the ECMAScript internationalization effort, providing both a case study of how an existing programming language was retrofitted to support internationalization and a preview of the internationalization features that will appear in upcoming ECMAScript implementations.
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