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Globalization Strategies

Course Description
The course covers the basic concepts of Globalization, Internationalization (I18N) and Localization (L10N).

Audience
The course is designed for anyone involved in the release of products and/or services to the global market, including senior managers, product and marketing managers, project managers, and development staff.

Duration
The course is approximately 3-4 hours in duration.

Instructor
Senior Globalization Consultant

Brief Syllabus
The course covers the basic concepts of Globalization, Internationalization (I18N) and Localization (L10N).
  • Overview of Globalization, Internationalization (I18N) & Localization (L10N)
  • Differences I18N & L10N
  • I18N concepts (rules to follow, etc.)
  • I18N standards (XPG/4 Locale use, Microsoft NLSAPI & MLAPI overview)
  • Double-byte characters sets (DBCS) vs. Single-byte character sets (SBCS)
    a) code pages
    b) MBCS encoding
  • Brief Intro to Unicode & Multi-byte character sets (MBCS)
  • L10N concepts
  • L10N standards
  • L10N tools/processes
  • Question & Answer



 
 


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