From the Frontlines: Unicode and the Current State of I18n
Lloyd Honomichl - Lionbridge Internationalization Group
The Lionbridge Internationalization Group provides training, consulting and engineering support for companies looking to internationalize their products. While a large portion of the audience at Unicode Conferences have in depth experience in internationalization, most of these companies are new to the concept. This paper will address the following questions:
What are the problems these newcomers face?
What difference has Unicode made for them?
How difficult is their migration to Unicode?
How has the state of I18n changed over the last ten years?
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