Hi guys! In today’s blog, Matt Arney talks about the disconnect between what translation buyers need and what localization vendors are selling. This can easily be bridged if LSPs would just embrace the new ideas and technologies that are emerging within the localization and translation services industries. Check it out now to read more about simplifying processes and what CSOFT can offer you so you can emerge with more.
Today’s guest blog features Sophie as she talks about her views on language and culture. Born and raised in France, currently residing in sunny California, US, and fluent in French, English, and Japanese, Sophie shares her experience living in Bahrain for a summer. A lot of love for internationalism! Read more about Sophie’s thoughts and impressions today, and don’t forget to leave a comment!
If you though keeping your desk organized was a hard task, wait until you read about the people managing and organizing more than four billion Internet domain names. Learn about new concepts being integrating into the domain naming system and how this is related to the localization industry’s most basic fundamentals. Also, we love hearing from you, so don’t forget to comment and share your thoughts!
Last year, the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) formed a new committee to focus on standards specific to language services and products. Committee F43 had its first meeting in mid-February, with CSOFT’s very own Uwe Muegge in attendance. Learn more about the committee’s specific targets and Uwe’s impressions in today’s blog!
Ready, set… GO! TermWiki’s Language Race has officially started. It’s free, it’s fun, it’s unpredictable. All it takes is a small surge of language-lovin’ contributors around the globe to shake up the results. Learn more about it at Simply CSOFT!
Check out today’s blog for an insider’s view on what it’s like to be a Translation and Interpreting Studies student. Carmen talks about the challenges she faced and what she would change about this area of study if she could. If this is relevant to your experience, don’t forget to let us know about it!
Check Carmen out as she writes about her experiences as a Translation Studies student and the challenges and possibilities of a career in translation. Carmen nos cuenta sus experiencias como estudiante de Traducción e Interpretación en España y nos habla de los retos y las posibilidades de escoger esta carrera.
Check out three quick tips from James, CSOFT International’s chief quality control and assurance expert. He’ll shed light on how quality is influenced by communication and customization. James will also explain what “quality massaging” is and why it is so important, so stop on by!
Are you a student studying translation or a recently graduated, young translator? Stop on by and read about the advantages of entering the language services industry. Learn more about the Juvenes Translatores/Young Translators contest and extend your congratulations to the 27 winners of 2010! If you’re looking for ways to test your translation skills, stop by for links to additional contests.
Stop on by to check out three quick tips on working more smoothly with your LSP’s project managers from one of CSOFT’s expert project managers, Jayki. If you’re a translation buyer or document manager, these tips are for you. And if you’ve got any pointers of your own, feel free to share them with the rest of our readers!
Just last Thursday, the localization and internationalization experts at IMUG hosted an event at Adobe’s headquarters in San Jose in which CSOFT’s Uwe Muegge and Matt Arney presented two of CSOFT’s most recent developments in language technology. Stop on by for a quick recap of the event and more information about translation tools in the cloud.
Stop on by to check out three quick tips for getting the most out of your localization budget from one of CSOFT’s expert business development managers and consultants, Annette Hemera. If you’re a translation buyer or document manager, these tips are for you. And if you’ve got any pointers of your own, feel free to share them with the rest of our readers!