A very common regret I hear from fellow translators is how lonely this profession can get. We even joke about how awkward our social skills become and how working in the most comfortable pajamas should be ergonomically justified. I hear
We are translators. We are good. We are Spanish native speakers. We are friends. The four of us got together to compare translations over chocolate covered strawberries and mimosas. ‘Cause that’s how we roll. Each one of us wrote a different version
The Northern California Translators Association is doing a great job at getting local. The South Bay Happy Hour, organized by Kazuyo Levitan, took place at Pacific Catch in Mountain View. We couldn’t have asked for better weather to sit outside.
Once again, IMUG delivered. Hosted by Google, Jen Wang from eBay talked about how their localization team helps to test and train the machine translation engine. She presented a localization project manager overview, explaining the cyclic process that takes place. Mara Martins wrote a great recap on her