Tag: Ireland

#PinkTheValley: Localization Unconference Silicon Valley 2014

Keen followers of mine on Twitter (@localization) will know that I have been tweeting about the start of the Giro d’Italia in Ireland in May 2014. I’ve been using hashtag #pinkthecity. Well, now it’s time to #pinkthevalley… Yes, the Localization Unconference 2014 in Silicon Valley will also be in May. Friday, 9-MAY-2014 to be exact. An...

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Google Glass Exploration: A Global Heads Up

If you’re a fan of the cultural dimensions of information and communications technology and also into wearables, then you might like to play at being a Geert Hofstede or Edward T. Hall over the Holidays. Read and analyze the blog “Heads Up on Displays: Exploring Google Glass Globally” to satisfy your inner academic. You may even come...

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Programming and Programmer Languages: Beyond "Hello World"?

Interesting discussion (of old) on the StackExchange blog podcast about coding in other natural languages. Other than English, that is. So,should programming languages should be localized or not? The podcast mentions the case of Microsoft Excel’s Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) language, which was localized from US English (the source/target paradigm framing the discussion is...

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Resources for Mobile App Developers' Translation Planning

I was reading a Techcrunch article called the Number of Mobile Devices Will Exceed World’s Population by 2012. All very interesting stuff that I would encourage you to read. However, I was little underwhelmed by the article’s title claim as I thought we were already there (there are more phones than people in Ireland, for...

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The Story of #IMS211: Twitter Event

A shout-out for #ims211. How to describe? A Twitter conversation between fanbois, students, developers, journalists, and others on the subject of games, instigated by the good folks at the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies. The #ims211 Twitter hashtag originates from the analytical Game Studies course (MS211) offered there. Sean C. Duncan, Professor in Interactive...

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Ireland's Centre for Next Generation Localisation Innovation Showcase

I attended the Centre for Next Generation Localisation’s Innovation Showcase event, hosted by Microsoft in Dublin, Ireland. A very well organized and attended event, it was encouraging to see such a huge turnout of enthusiastic, engaged people from the localization and information industries mixing it up with their counterparts in academia and thought leaders in...

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