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Welcome to Internationalization(i18n)

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Introduction of TrainerQA Manager in a Big US Based MNC.

14 years of experience in Software Testing domain which includes Internalization and Localization testing.

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Course SyllabusWhat is Internationalization (i18n)?What is Localization (L10n)?What is Globalization (G11n)?What is Pesudo-Localization testing?Why i18n is important?How to setup the Localized Environment (Windows, Linux and Unix) to perform i18n testing?What is encoding?What is IME?How to enter Japanese words using English keyboard?What are things which needs to be taken care while setting up the database with respect to i18n testing?

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Course SyllabusIf I don't speak the language, how can I ensure quality?Are you aware of the culturally biased assumption?What all to test as a part of i18n testing?The role of testing tools in i18n testing?How to write test case for i18n testing?What kind of issues you can found as part of i18n testing?Tips and tricks to perform i18n testing?How to troubleshoot the problems encounter on Localized environment?What is Unicode and why is this so important?What is locale?Sample i18n testing test casesAutomation for i18n testing

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Fundamentals of Software TestingWhat is software Testing?

It is a process which is used to identify the correctness, completeness and quality of the Software Application or System. Software testing is done in order to find out the defects/errors/bugs in Software Application so that it can be fixed before it is released in the market.In laymans language, Software Testing is an activity which is done to make sure that the system is defect free and it is doing what it is supposed to do.

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Can anyone identify the Language

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Please explain this advertisement

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Famous QuotesSome famous quotesIf I'm selling to you, I speak your language. If I'm buying, dann mssen Sie Deutsch sprechen.Willy Brandt, former German ChancellorOver six billion people live in over 200 countries spanning 24 time zones. These people use hundreds of currencies to conduct business in thousands of different languages and dialects. Their business practices are literally all over the map, ranging from simple barter to cash to electronic payment to sophisticated arbitrage. Most speak Chinese, Spanish, Russian, or something other than English. By Donald A. DePalma, Founder and CEO, Common Sense Advisory

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Lets know some interesting factsLeft-hand drive cars in UK, JapanUS automobile manufactures would not find much success if they attempt to sell lefthand drive cars in Australia, UK or Japan. Size labeling in clothingLikewise, clothing manufactures that sell their products around the world must label clothing appropriately, depending upon the local market (European size differs from US sizes, and symbols indicating cleaning directions are different around the world)

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Lets know some interesting factsLeft-hand drive cars in UK, JapanSize labeling in clothingWashing machine across world

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Lets know some interesting factsDaylight SavingsColors same color different meaningsNumbers lucky & unlucky numbers

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Lets know some interesting factsCurrency Symbols - can appear in left of the no. (Argentina) and right of the no. (France) Start Week of the weekUS weeks starts with SundayUK weeks starts with Monday

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Lets know some interesting factsWhich one is correct?1 billion = 1000 million1 billion = 1000000 million

US 1 billion = 1000 millionUK 1 billion = 1000000 million (a trillion US)

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Lets know some interesting facts

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Lets know some interesting facts

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Lets know some interesting factsHow do you read 06/05/2009?

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Lets know some interesting facts

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Lets know some interesting facts

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Internationalization Vs. Localization

Internationalization

Localization

GlobalizationInternationalization (i18n): Internationalization is the process of designing a software application so that it can be adapted to various languages and regions without engineering changes.Localization (L10n): Localization is the process of adapting internationalized software for a specific region or language by adding locale-specific components and translating text.Globalization (g11n): Internationalization & Localization together is called Globalization.

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Internationalization Vs. Localization

Localization

Internationalization

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Why Internationalization?

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Why Internationalization?

NASA lost a $125 million Mars orbiter because of confusion over measurementsystem. http://edition.cnn.com/TECH/space/9909/30/mars.metric.02

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Why Internationalization?

Diverse user environments Geopolitical issuesWindows 95 in IndiaKakuto Chojin fighter game had to be withdrawn worldwide

Microsoft employees were arrested in Turkey as Kurdistan was shown as separate entity in its country map in Encarta CD-ROM encyclopediaRef:- http://www.bytelevel.com/blog/archives/000236.htmlhttp://www.taipeitimes.com/News/worldbiz/archives/2004/08/20/2003199505

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Culturally biased assumptions

Several languages, including Danish, have letters that appear after Z in the alphabet. Also, for languages that dont use Latin scripts, such as Arabic, Korean, and Russian, this assumption doesnt hold true.A-Z contains all letters in the alphabetMany scripts dont have the concept of case. Examples include Han ideographs as used in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean (CJK), and other scripts, such as Arabic, Hebrew, and Thai.All scripts contains upper and lowercase lettersScripts used to write CJK and Thai dont have the concept of word separation: asentencewouldlooklikethis.Words are separated by spaces.

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Culturally biased assumptions

Many languages use different punctuation symbols.Quotes English, German, FranceFull stop - Eng. JapaneseHindi!Question Mark Eng?, Spanish?Punctuation is the sameArabic and Hebrew are bidirectional languages. That is, characters are written as right to left, but numbers embedded in text are written from left to right. Mongolian is written vertically from left to right. Chinese can be written either horizontally from left to right or vertically from right to leftText is written left to rightMany calendars systems exists around the world, including Buddhist, Hebrew, Hijri (Islamic), and Japanese Era calendars. The Thai government, for example, permits only Buddhist calendar dates for use in business settings.Al