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Multi-Language Sites with Tom Jaeger

Aug 04, 2011

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EE Podcast

A new episode of The ExpressionEngine Podcast is available for your listening pleasure!

In episode 49, we talk with Tom Jaeger of EE Harbor about his experiences working with multi-language sites in ExpressionEngine.

Episode #49

Tom worked on several different types of multi-language sites and developed the Transcribe add-on to help with translating EE sites. Lea and I ask him about the nuances of the sites he worked with, as well as some of the challenges he encountered. We also talk about the importance for developers to provide support for localization.

Have a listen yourself.

More on Multi-Language Sites

There is so much that has be considered when developing or designing a site that needs to translate to international users. Our discussion with Tom is just tip of the iceberg, so we are planning a future podcast with Nicolas Bottari. We are very excited to learn about his experiences working with Japanese-language sites, as well as his work developing EE add-ons with multi-language support.

Stay Tuned!

In addition to the upcoming episode with Nicolas, we have other great topics coming up, so please be sure to tune in to future episodes! Subscribe to our RSS or listen on iTunes.

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