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How DO Startups "DO" Localization?

I asked the audience after my coffee, context and crapplications talk to the International Multilingual User Group  (IMUG) in San Jose, California recently, if anyone had any insights into how the booming startup scene in San Francisco and Silicon Valley approached the localization of products and services. The “how” and “why” of startup L10n, if you...

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The Dublin Windows Phone Code Camp: A Localization Debrief

I attended the Windows Phone (WP) code camp at Microsoft in Dublin, an event organized by the Microsoft Ireland Development and Platform Evangelism (DPE) team and Dublin ALT.NET. One of the great things about my interests profile is that I get to cover user experience (UX), developer relations, localization, and a bunch of other cool stuff, all...

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Localization Services Industry: Does It Scale Down?

I visited Macworld 2011 in San Francisco. The event was dominated by mobile apps for iPhone and iPad and accessories (there was some stuff about music and television too). It was clear to me that the barriers to innovation in the mobile space are now very low, and apps can be developed easily by individuals...

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Mobile Apps Localization, Irish Style, Apple Style

You don't need professional linguists to bring your mobile app to the international market. You need a service to help you reach interested translators. Let the user decide.

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