Seventh International Unicode Conference
Multilingual Computing Exhibition
September 14-15, 1995, San Jose, CA
The Conference: "Software Globalization"
The Conference brings together leading technical experts on implementing
the Unicode Standard and on software globalization for major operating
systems. Other speakers will address related subjects, such as using
Unicode data on the Internet, international typography, and adaptation of
software to cultural parameters.
Discover how companies such as Microsoft, IBM, Sybase, Apple, Novell,
AT&T, Xerox and Lotus are using Unicode as a key enabling technology.
See products that implement the Unicode Standard at the Multilingual
To keep current with the rapidly evolving technologies of global software,
this Conference is essential!
Managers, engineers, software developers, systems analysts, programmers and
product marketing personnel responsible for the development of software
supporting Unicode/ISO 10646 and also those involved in all aspects of the
globalization of software.
3 tracks packed with 45 presentations in these areas: databases, text
processing, scripts, implementations, compilers, operating systems,
internationalization, code sets and conversions, multilingual environments,
multiscript applications, fonts.
Keynote presentations by:
Kevin Cavanaugh, VP International Product Development, Lotus Dev Inc.
George Wang, Director, China Research Lab, IBM Corp
and papers by:
Mark Davis, Taligent, Inc.
Teow-Hin Ngair, National University of Singapore
Bill Hall, Novell, Inc.
Ken Lunde, Adobe Systems, Inc.
Douglas Val-Ziegler, Xerox Corp.
Peter Edberg, Apple Computer, Inc.
F. Avery Bishop, Microsoft Corp.
Joe Becker, Xerox Corp.
Mike McKenna, Sybase, Inc.
as well as representatives of:
AT&T, Alis Technologies, Stonehand, Hewlett-Packard, Citicorp, DIaLOGIKa,
The British Library, University of Zurich, Gamma Productions, Inc., Duke
University and Universite' Laval.
Exhibits feature a general area for Multilingual Computing and
Internationalization related products as well as a special section
featuring Technology for Unicode.
Hyatt San Jose
1740 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95112-4584
Special Room Rates
Reserve your room before August 13 for the special Conference rate: US $85
single/$95 double. Call the Hyatt San Jose at (408) 993-1234,
or fax (408) 453-0259, and request the Unicode Conference special rate.
American Airlines is the official Conference carrier. For additional 5-10%
discounts on travel between September 11-18, 1995, call American Airlines
Meeting Services Desk at 1-800-433-1790 and quote star file # S4295AB.
Space is still available. For further information contact -
Tel: 604-983-9157 Fax: 604-983-9158 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Tel: 208-263-8178 Fax: 208-263-6310 Email: email@example.com
Conference registration includes:
Full two days of sessions, continental breakfast and luncheon on both days,
refreshment breaks, all on-site conference materials, conference
proceedings, entry to exhibit area.
Unicode Consortium member - $395
includes employees of Corporate and Associate
Member companies, and Individual Members
Prior to August 14 $450
After August 14 $495
Exhibit area only $ 25
Student rate available upon request.
To register now complete and return the following information:
TEL: __________________________ FAX: _________________
All rates quoted in US $.
[ ] Unicode Member $395
[ ] Non-member before August 14 $450
[ ] Non-member after August 14 $495
[ ] Exhibit area only $ 25
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Please make checks payable to Global Meeting Services Inc.
Send by the following methods:
c/o 3627 Princess Avenue
N. Vancouver, BC, Canada V7N 2E4
CANCELLATION/SUBSTITUTION: Cancellations received and post-marked prior to
Sept. 1 will receive 80% refund to be mailed after the Conference.
Substitutions permitted to Sept. 13.
The Seventh International Unicode Conference is held by Global Meeting
Services under licence from the Unicode Consortium. Unicode and the
Unicode logo are trademarks of Unicode, Inc. Used with permission. The
Multilingual Computing Exhibition is held by Multilingual Computing
Magazine and is managed by Global Meeting Services Inc.
For further information on the Conference or Exhibits contact Barbara at:
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