Thursday, September 24, 2009

[Unicode Announcement] Remote Access Registration Now Offered at 33rd Internationalization & Unicode Conference

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What's Your Excuse For Not Attending IUC 33?

I can't attend IUC 33 because...

1. chained to my desk
2. don't like flying
3. baby is due
4. standby for jury duty
5. no travel budget


Well, stop the excuses! Attend remotely!

You can attend through the new remote access option for the 33rd Internationalization & Unicode conference!

The conference organizer will be broadcasting via secure connection all of the IUC 33 conference for the first time. Every presentation on every track, including the keynote, will be available. Remotely sit in on presentations from different tracks from the comfort of your home or office. Standard registration fee is US$795, with additional discounts for Unicode and LISA Members. The remote access IUC conference is BYOC (Bring Your Own Coffee).

Register here<>. Remote access slots are limited.

Or if you would still prefer to attend in person visit

About the Internationalization & Unicode Conference
The Internationalization & Unicode Conference is the premier technical conference for both software and Web internationalization. Unicode and internationalization experts, implementers, clients and vendors are invited to attend this unique conference. The program committee has created an exciting program full of new and cutting-edge topics that is relevant and engaging for the internationalization community. The three-day conference will feature a full day of tutorials followed by two days of presentations, panels and discussions. There will also be technology exhibits and demonstrations. The interactive format makes the Internationalization & Unicode Conference a great place to meet and exchange ideas with leading experts, find out about the needs of potential clients, or get information about new and existing Unicode and internationalization-enabled products.

The 33rd Internationalization & Unicode Conference is sponsored by Gold Sponsors Adobe, Inc. and WinSoft; Media Sponsors LISA Globalization Insider and MultiLingual Computing Inc. and Organizational Sponsor Localization Industry Standards Association (LISA).

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The hotel registration deadline has been extended to September 30, 2009.

Sponsorships and exhibit space are available; for more information on sponsoring contact Ken Berk at<>, +1-781-444 0404. For exhibiting questions email<>. For all other questions email<>.


About The Unicode Consortium
The Unicode Consortium is a non-profit organization founded to develop, extend and promote use of the Unicode Standard and related globalization standards.

The membership of the consortium represents a broad spectrum of corporations and organizations in the computer and information processing industry. Members are: Adobe Systems, Apple, DENIC eG, Google, Government of India, Government of Tamil Nadu, IBM, Microsoft, Monotype Imaging, Oracle, The Society for Natural Language Technology Research, Sun Microsystems, Sybase, The University of California at Berkeley, Yahoo!, plus well over a hundred Associate, Liaison, and Individual members.

For more information, please contact the Unicode Consortium<>.

About the Event Producer
OMG(tm) is the Event Producer for the Internationalization & Unicode Conferences. OMG is an open membership, not-for-profit consortium that produces and maintains computer industry specifications for interoperable enterprise applications. Our specifications include MDA(r), UML(r), CORBA(r), MOF(tm), XMI(r) and CWM(tm). OMG's specifications are all available for download by everyone without charge.

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