Past Meetup

TAPICC: Translation API Cases and Classes

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106 people went

Every 3rd Thursday of the month

Adobe HQ - East Tower, Park Conference Room

321 Park Avenue · San Jose, CA

How to find us

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Details

The topic for tonight's talk is TAPICC, a community-driven, open-source initiative to improve through standardization the exchange of data and workflow information in the translation and localization industry. You'll find more information here: https://www.gala-global.org/tapicc

Jim Compton is a localization industry veteran, technologist, and optimist interested in the application of technology toward big picture globalization challenges. As part of RWS Moravia’s Technology Partnerships team, Jim seeks out capabilities that can be leveraged into customer solutions. In his spare time, he likes to make rock music on the Commodore 64

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Networking 6:30 - 7 PM, and after the talk as time allows
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Webcast: RSVP, then contact IMUG via Meetup for access
Video: will be announced if available after speaker review

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