About the course
This course introduces you to important concepts and best practices for localization project management. We’ll go over the main stakeholders in a typical project, defining the specific roles and expectations for each individual and team involved. You’ll learn how to communicate effectively on deliverables; how to collect process and technical information for localization kits; and how to create and maintain budgets and schedules for international projects.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
- How to put together a high-quality project plan
- Communication tools and strategies
- Terminology management and workflow
- Effective approaches to bug and issues tracking
- Quality control techniques
Alfredo de Almeida has been involved in the field of localization for the nearly 20 years. Upon completing his bachelor's degree in computer science from the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in 1991, he started working as a developer and system/support analyst for software companies in Rio ...
Jorge Russo dos Santos is originally from Portugal. After studying engineering in college, he started working for Microsoft in Ireland, where he was the localizer of the first server operating system localized into European Portugese. This started his career at Microsoft and in the localization i...
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