Thomas Newbold has joined Memsource Advisory Board. Tom, who started his career in banking as Vice President of JP Morgan Chase, quickly moved to management and entrepreneurial roles in the technology industry. More recently, he has become a Partner in HT Venture Partners, which is a technology venture fund focused on web services and internet…Details
GALA, the Globalization and Localization Association, will hold its annual conference in Lisbon from 28 to 30 March 2011. Memsource will be participating and showing off its authoring and translation products at a booth there.
We are happy to announce that Josef Kubovsky, a well-known face in the LSP sector, has joined MemSource. He will be responsible for Business Development here and so will be able to draw on his extensive professional experience from the language/translation industry.
Memsource with its authoring tools for software developers received great response at Tekom. Right now we are really busy, pursuing the multitude of new opportunities that appeared as a result of our presence at Tekom.
Tekom trade fair/conference, which is one of the largest events of its kind worldwide, is approaching. It takes place November 3-5 in Wiesbaden, Germany. We will be exhibiting there in booth 411 which is in hall 4.
Localization World in Seattle was bigger than its European twin which took place in June this year. The topics were more or less similar. If you have not been in Seattle, a brief but well written summary of the main issues can be found here, published by John Yunker.
When a company first deploys and starts using UTMA, they are usually surprised by the number of inconsistencies within their content that get surfaced. In the context of source code, for instance, one of our clients realized they had 11 ways of saying “Please wait” in their software.
We have just released a new version of the UTMA server and plugins. The main new features are listed below.