Lowering Cost Via More Efficient Software Localizability
Houman Pournasseh - Microsoft Corporation
This 40 minute technical presentation will show attendees how to design their software so that content can be localize with a minimal need to change internal code.
Some of the areas to be covered are:
In conclusion, it will show that through the use of Unicode-based Pseudo-localization tools, software localizability can be test by non-bi-lingual personal, thus reducing even more the overall localization costs.
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