Admission is free for members and host employees, and $5 for all others.
Come learn about open source automation solutions developed at VMware that revolutionize the pace of software globalization to be practically "hands-off"!
The open source Singleton i18n framework streamlines and simplifies globalization with microservices architecture. This has sparked some great questions across the industry about standardization, security, performance, high-availability, and more. The speakers will address these topics, and discuss opportunities for collaboration through open source. They will also answer lingering questions the technology, dig deeper into its functionality, and share consumer successes.
We will also take an in-depth look at the open source SonarQube static code analysis rulesets. We´ll talk about how to make the rulesets work in your environment, how to interpret their results, and how best to leverage this hands-off globalization realm.
About the speakers:
Craig Cummings is a staff consultant and globalization evangelist for VMware, a UTC Vice Chair for the Unicode Consortium, and INCITS/LS Chair for character sets and internationalization.
Demin Yan is the Senior Engineering Manager for Product Globalization at VMware, Inc., where he takes care of VMware product internationalization and localization engineering, and drives the tools development efforts.
Jessiely Juachon is a Staff Software Engineer at VMware. She was previously a Technical Architect at Stanford University and Senior Software Engineer at HP Enterprise.
• Networking 6:30 - 7 PM, and after the talk as time allows
• Directions and parking: http://www.imug.org/adobe/
• Video: will be announced if available after speaker review
• Webcast: RSVP, then contact IMUG via Meetup (*not* in the comments, please): http://www.meetup.com/IMUG-Silicon-Valley/message/?recipientId=11534644
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Webcast: If you can't join us in person, RSVP and then contact us via: http://www.meetup.com/IMUG-Silicon-Valley/message/?recipientId=11534644
Many thanks to Xiang Zhao, Giulia Dugo, Janice Campbell, and Iouri Tchernoousko, and Adobe Globalization for hosting IMUG! For maps, detailed directions, and more, see http://www.imug.org/adobe/
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