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What Will the TAUS User Conference 2013 Be Like?

This year, Portland will be the city hosting the TAUS User Conference, which will take place on October 14 and 15. The conference will be focused, as we know, on the novelties in translation processes, localization service innovations and cooperation among industry professionals. Above all, it is important to know that TAUS provides research services […]

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Localization World 2013 in London

A Global Get-Together Part II Dublin was an excellent start, but we still had to experience the thrill of being in a more crowded space attending sessions on tons of different subjects to choose from. We caught our flight and, in no time, there we were: London’s LocWorld! At Localization World´s  Hammersmith venue we had […]

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TAUS Industry Leaders Forum in Dublin

A Global Get-Together – Part I Perhaps this post should have been called, “Is the industry evolving; and, if so, where to?” To answer these questions Trusted Translations could not miss the chance to spend last week between Dublin and London. So, off we went! TAUS Industry Leaders Forum in Dublin confirmed that the translation/localization […]

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Videos from TAUS Santa Clara 2011 Online

Videos of presentations and panels at the recent TAUS User Conference in Santa Clara are now available on YouTube for everyone. The links below will take you to playlists on specific themes: target=”_blank”>The multilingual web – “beyond the translate button” target=”_blank”>Open Translation Platforms target=”_blank”>TAUS members share Moses-related tools, making others’ lives easier target=”_blank”>The Great Interoperability […]

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Trusted Translations at TAUS Santa Clara 2011

The TAUS (Translation Automation User Society) User Conference is an annual event focused on automated and machine translations. This year the conference was recently held on October 6-7 in Santa Clara, right before Localization World 2011. The TAUS User Conference The Conference unofficially started on the 5th with some significant activity on Twitter with hashtag […]

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MultilingualWeb Workshops

MultilingualWeb is a project funded by the European Commission and coordinated by W3 in order to improve the way we create, localize and internationalize information through the development of standards for creating web pages in multiple languages. The ultimate aim is to promote and contribute to the development and use of internationalization standards for websites. […]

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