August 20, 2009 in Seminars and Events (E)
[prMac.com] Boulder, CO - Lingoport, a leading provider of software internationalization and localization tools and consulting services, announced today that it will present a live Webinar Thursday, August 27th 2009, titled "Internationalizing Code with Globalyzer 3.0."
In this one-hour Webinar, internationalization and localization experts Adam Asnes and Cary Clark will analyze and internationalize an open source software application. Webinar attendees will learn how to scan and analyze source code for internationalization issues, identify and externalize embedded strings, as well as finding and fixing locale limiting methods, functions, and classes. Asnes and Clark will also discuss ways to automate I18n code review and reporting for ongoing development.
Webinar: "Internationalizing Code with Globalyzer 3.0"
Date: Thursday, August 27th, 2009
Time: Noon - 1:00 pm MDT
Where: Your desktop
Cost: Complimentary (Register online, link is below)
Presenters: Adam Asnes and Cary Clark of Lingoport
This interactive Webinar features Globalyzer 3.0, a market-leading software internationalization tool. Globalyzer 3.0 provides a new way to interact with large amounts of source code, before and after localization, so that a product can be internationalized and stay that way from release to release.
The Webinar targets technical managers, senior engineers, product managers, test engineering managers, internationalization and localization managers and anyone facing ongoing software globalization and localization challenges. For more information, please visit our site or contact Lingoport at 1 303 444 8020.
Founded in 2001, Lingoport assists global businesses in adapting and leveraging their software applications for world-market readiness. Lingoport provides extensive internationalization and localization consulting services including analysis, design, implementation, testing and training. Lingoport's Globalyzer software helps entire enterprises and development teams to effectively internationalize existing code and to prepare their applications for localization.