Globalization with Java, C++, and C#
Michele Leroux Bustamante - ConfirmNet Corporation
Preparing your applications for translation to multiple languages can be a cumbersome journey if you have not taken this into consideration at the beginning of a project. This session will review the primary steps you can take to prepare your applications and code for globalization. See how different languages such as Java, C++, and C# (within the .NET Framework) compare through this step by step approach to application globalization including working with strings, data types, locale and component architecture.
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