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App Promo's 2nd Annual App Developer Survey

e2f has partnered with App Promo, a leader in App Store Optimization. App Promo has kicked off their 2nd Annual Developer survey and are looking to get the word out to developers to get their feedback. Last year 60% of developers said they weren’t making money with their app. Are you?  Complete this Developer Survey & Win $1,500 [...]

By | 2013-04-23T07:52:49+00:00 April 23rd, 2013|Localization Tips|

Machine Translation: Oversold And Under-delivered, But Who Is To Blame?

By Wayne Bourland, Director of Translation - Dell This post originally appeared on GALA Blog and is re-posted with permission. We all know the promise of MT: cheap translations, lingua franca, and the ability to keep up with the content explosion. Some folks have been standing on the street corner preaching the end of the world (ok, maybe [...]

By | 2013-03-26T11:05:00+00:00 March 26th, 2013|Localization Tips|

The Importance of Consistency

by Domitille L., Reviewer/Lead Linguist, e2f Silicon Valley Consistency is key to provide an accurate and clear translation. There are 2 main types of consistency issues: Translating the same source word with different target words (when context and meaning are identical). This leads to errors, bugs and confusion. Maintaining the inconsistency of the source in [...]

By | 2013-01-15T09:47:12+00:00 January 15th, 2013|Linguistic Tips|

Society of Technical Communicators December Schmooze

by Pierre Allard, Audio Producer, e2f Silicon Valley On December 17, I attended the Society of Technical Communicators - Silicon Valley Schmooze meeting. It was held at Chevy’s in Mountain View in California. Labeled as an informal social event, this gathering focused on exchanging information about who we are and what we do, in a [...]

By | 2013-01-08T10:30:18+00:00 January 8th, 2013|News|

Happy Holidays from e2f

It has been an exciting year at e2f! Thank you to our current partners, we've enjoyed working together in 2012 and look forward to an even brighter 2013. We now offer English to French, Italian, German, and Spanish to better serve your language needs! To our amazing team of linguists, coordinators, and team members, thank [...]

By | 2012-12-21T15:02:49+00:00 December 21st, 2012|News|

e2f at AMTA

Michel Lopez, e2f CEO, will be presenting at the upcoming Association for Machine Translation in the Americas (AMTA) conference. The tenth biennial conference will be held in San Diego, CA October 28-November 1 and immediately follows the American Translations Association (ATA) conference. More about AMTA (from their website): AMTA is an association dedicated to anyone [...]

By | 2012-10-26T17:20:33+00:00 October 26th, 2012|News|

e2f at Localization World Seattle

Michel Lopez, CEO of e2f, will be speaking at the upcoming Localization World Conference, taking place October 17-19, 2012. This year’s theme is Reaching the Mobile World. Michel will be presenting on October 19, 2012 at 2 pm PST. We are proud to have been chosen as part of a new track this year at [...]

By | 2012-10-18T16:31:00+00:00 October 18th, 2012|News|

e2f and GALA host October Networking Event

Mark your calendars for the upcoming GALA networking event in the Bay Area on Wednesday October 10th at 6.30 pm The e2f team and GALA invite you to join us at The Faultline Brewery in Sunnyvale in honor of Oktoberfest. Local networking events are one of the many ways GALA carries out its mission to [...]

By | 2012-10-08T14:12:08+00:00 October 8th, 2012|News|

Celebrating the 52th anniversary of Madagascar’s Independence day

by Fanja, e2f Madagascar History: Madagascar was an independent kingdom before becoming a French colony in 1896. The country was under French rules during sixty-four years until 1906, when it became the Republic of Madagascar. Since then, Malagasy people celebrate their Independence Day every year on June 26. Celebrations: Every year, Malagasy people prepare the [...]

By | 2012-06-26T15:18:55+00:00 June 26th, 2012|Culture Studies|
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