Localization managers often complain that it’s difficult to assess and compare language services vendors – that they all look alike. When you add the challenge of understanding the supply chain for translation and localization services, even the most...
Finding defects is part of a tester’s responsibility, what is it about defects that gets a tester excited? A tester is in general a curious person—he often loves solving puzzles. He is curious to see how things work, whether they would break, how they would break and under what circumstances, etc.
Hey, you! Yes, you. Are you a proud game developer who considers translating their game into another language? If so, I prepared a few tips and warnings for you, in order that you can avoid low-quality translations and dissatisfied fans.
"Proz is dead." I bet you've heard that one before. This is what people say in 2015. This is what they've said in 2010. And I bet that this is what they will be saying in 2020. Many translators have somewhat of a love-hate relationship with Proz.
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