Code and Cookies Sneak Peek

Code and Cookies Sneak Peek
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Dimitris Glezos
October 2, 2015
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Transifex software engineer, Matt Jackowski, will be speaking at the upcoming Code and Cookies event in San Francisco. Hosted by design and development company, Bitmatica, Code and Cookies is a free event that aims to provide small and medium-size businesses with new technologies that can help with the conceptualization, development, and deployment of mobile and web applications.

Localizing Javascript Web Applications

Matt is passionate about building software with open source technologies, and will be sharing his knowledge and a few insider tips about localizing Javascript web applications. If you’re not familiar with the localization process, it’s important to understand why localization matters in the first place!

Studies show that of the 7.2 billion people in the world, nearly two thirds speak one of the below twelve languages as their native language. For businesses interested in increasing user base, customer engagement, and profits (what business isn’t?), all digital content should be viewable by a potential customer in his or her native language. And this often means translating your website, app, or software into multiple languages and localizing it for cultural differences.

Languages for Localization

Building and Integrating

There are four key parts to the localization process:

  1. File Format
  2. Directory Organization
  3. Continuous Translation
  4. Automation

We don’t want to give everything away! Matt will be speaking about each of the above localization components and providing a demo at the event so attendees can get started on localizing their Javascript applications as soon as possible. You can also check our localization blog for more information about going global, as well as a post Code and Cookies update that will include answers to some of the questions asked at the event and details from Matt himself!

Event Information

Date: October 28th, 2015
Location: WeWork
Located at 535 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
Admission: Free

Click here for more details and register to save your seat. We hope to see you there!

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