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Save with early registration-26th Unicode Conference - Sept 7-10, 2004 - San Jose, CA

From: Tex Texin <tex@XenCraft.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 23:32:15 -0400
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  Unicode and Internationalization:
  Best Practices in the Networked World



               IUC26
               September 7-10, 2004
               San Jose, California, USA
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               Register now!
               Save with Early-bird Discounts!
               Includes admission to Transdex!
               The Conference Program and Registration form are
               available at:
               http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc26
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               DoubleTree Hotel
               2050 Gateway Place
               San Jose, CA 95110

               Tel: (408) 453-4000
               Fax: (408)-437-2899
               Register Now and Save!


       IUC26 Highlights
       Industry leaders and experts discuss new developments, including:

          * The Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) moves under the
            Unicode Consortium
          * Internationalized Web addresses: International Domain Name
            Architecture is now a standard. Internationalized Resource
            Identifiers (IRI) is proposed for standardization.
          * Replacement for RFC3066 language tagging is proposed
          * Supplementary characters supported in Java 1.5
          * Growing emphasis on Indic script development and deployment

       Training, Case Studies, and Best Practices

          * The only Unicode tutorial officially sanctioned by the
            Unicode Consortium.
          * 13 additional tutorials updated with the latest information
            on internationalization and localization practices for the
            Web, .NET, scripts, and more
          * Broad platform coverage, including: Windows, Unix, Java, Mac
            OS, and ICU.
          * 50+ breakout sessions and panel discussions

       Want to know more? See the program details:
       http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc26/program.html
       Transdex admission is included
       Free admission to a forum covering GILT (Globalization,
       Internationalization, Localization and Translation) topics and
       run by organizations at the forefront of the localization
       industry, ACCTI, CSN, and GALA.

       Exhibitor's Showcase and Panel Sessions:
       Registration also gives admission to the conference Showcase
       where you can learn about the latest in GILT products and
       services that can help you globalize/localize your software,
       documentation and Internet content.

       To exhibit in the Showcase, please see:
       http://www.unicode.org/iuc/iuc26/showcase.html
       WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

       As the premier technical conference worldwide for both software
       and Web internationalization, this conference is ideal for those
       involved in internationalization of software and the Web, or
       Unicode-enabling software.

       If you have a limited training budget, this is the one
       Internationalization conference you need. Send staff that are
       involved in either Unicode-enabling software, or
       internationalization of software and the Internet, including:
       managers, software engineers, systems analysts, font designers,
       graphic designers, content developers, Web designers, Web
       administrators, system administrators, technical writers, and
       product marketing personnel.
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