AGIS 2009 and Rosetta Foundation support LRC
We are very happy to announce that the Action Week for Global Information Sharing 2009 (AGIS) and the Rosetta Foundation are supporting Localisation in the Cloud and have arranged that all students, NGOs and freelancers can avail of a special discounted registration fee of €100 for the full conference.
This rate offers exceptional value and should give an even greater number of people the opportunity to attend what will be one of the premier localization events taking place this year.
For more information on Localisation in the Cloud, please visit their website or email lrc (at) ul dot ie.
The Rosetta Foundation is a not-for-profit organization providing a technology platform for volunteer translators and their not-for-profit clients. The Rosetta Foundation was established in 2009 and will be launched at AGIS ’09 taking place in Limerick, Ireland on 21st to 25th of September.
AGIS, Action for Global Information Sharing, will provide an opportunity for volunteer translators, their clients and technology gurus providing support to come together to learn, network and celebrate their work.
Localisation in the Cloud
The 14th Internationalisation and Localisation Conference organized by the LRC will take place on 24th to 25th September 2009 at the Clarion Hotel in Limerick City, Ireland.
The theme of this year’s conference is Localisation in The Cloud and the conference aims to look at the application of cloud-based computing and software as a service concepts to the software localization industry.
Sessions will examine the tasks involved in making customized and configurable localization services and projects available over the Internet. They will look at existing industry web-based localization solutions and options; how the web can help with tools deployment and workflow management; and to what extent existing tools solutions can be integrated in in the cloud solutions.
The conference will also provide a forum for discussions on engaging customers, service providers, tools developers and the user community in the cloud.
Who should attend?
LRC conferences are aimed at researchers, teachers, trainers, managers, engineers, translators and internationalization specialists working in localization. They are also aimed at businesses, governments and international development agencies that would like to find out how internationalization and localization can help their endeavours.
The Localisation Research Centre (LRC)
The Localisation Research Centre (LRC) provides a comprehensive information service to the localization industry; conducts research and development in localization and related areas such as language engineering; produces a range of publications including Localisation Focus – the International Journal of Localisation and oversees a number of education and training programs.
The STAR Team