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Cultural Training
Globalization Strategy
Globalization from a Management Perspective
Internationalization Management
Globalization Basics
Internationalization Platforms: MS Windows
Internationalization Platforms: Unix/Linux/Solaris
Internationalization and Localization Testing
Internationalization and Software Development: C and C++
Internationalization and Software Development: Java
Internationalization and Software Development: Visual Basic
Internationalization and Software Development: Scripting Languages
Localization Basics
Globalization and Content Creation
Writing English for an International Audience
Internationalization Platforms: Unix/Linux/Solaris

Course Description
This course introduces how Globalization concepts are supported by the various Unix operating systems. In particular their locale, script and encoding methods are described by their browsers and their programming environments. Special emphasis is laid on the new Li18nux 2000 Globalization Specification and/or the Solaris environment.

Audience: The course is designed for Technical management, software architects, developers and testers.

Duration: The course is approximately 4 hours in duration.

The course has the following prerequisites:
  • Globalization Basics

    1. Internationalization on Unix/Linux/Solaris Platforms: a. Restrictions for Unix Platforms, b. Enhancements on Li18nux Platforms, c. Enhancements on Solaris Platforms, d. Resource Files (Catalogue Files), e. Programming Languages and Tools
    2. Internationalization and the Internet: a. The Browser as Client, b. Multilingual Websites, c. Server Issues
    3. Internationalization and Oracle/SQL Server a. Encoding b. Multilingual Storage c. Search and Sort
    4. Question & Answer



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