From: Rick McGowan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 15 2010 - 16:07:52 CDT
Hello everyone! Just a quick reminder that next week is the conference. We
have a great line-up of talks:
and a keynote talk by Brewster Kahle on Tuesday morning:
This year we're also in a new venue, the Hyatt in Santa Clara. I hope to see
many of you there!
* New to software internationalization or just need a refresher course?*
Attend Monday's tutorials, listen to speakers from companies such as Adobe
Systems, Amazon, IBM, Jim DeLaHunt & Assoc., W3C, XenCraft, and Yahoo! Inc.
* Prefer conference sessions?
*Stop by on Tuesday to sign up for * 2 days of presentations*, hear how
software works in all world languages. Session Presenters come from such
organizations as Across Systems, Inc., Adobe Systems, Aeontera, Inc., Aoyama
Gakuin University, Apple, Asia Online, Byte Level Research, Capella Software
Ltd., Diwan Software, Google, Inc., IBM, Intel, Kamusi Project
International, Lab126, Microsoft, Monotype Imaging Inc., SAS Institute,
Twitter, Inc., UC Berkeley, W3C, XenCraft, and Yahoo! Inc.
To see everything this program has to offer, click *here*
Safe travels and we look forward to seeing you at the Hyatt Hotel in Santa
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