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  • Developing International Software For Windows 95 and Windows NT
    The whole of the book on-line from the MSDN Library.
  • Practical Guide to Localization  
    Written for translators, localization and testing engineers, desktop publishers, project managers, and anyone who are involved in the release of multilingual products.
  • CJKV Information Processing
    The guide which tackles difficult issues faced when dealing with complex Asian languages in the context of computing or Internet services.
  • Creating Worldwide Software: Solaris International Developer's Guide
    Focuses on the linguistic and cultural differences that will make or break software products in international markets. ISBN: 0134944933 Published 07/1997
  • Global Source Book for Address Data Management
    Contains over 1000 pages of data pertaining to address and postal systems in 239 countries and territories, and it has become the de facto sourcebook for companies handling data from more than one country. Concentrates on address and postal issues, it also describes in detail for many countries topics such as personal name formats, forms of address, languages spoken and address casing rules.
  • International Programming for Microsoft Windows
    Essential guidelines for globalizing and localizing Windows-based programs, including examples in Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0. (Published 12th April 2000)
  • Internationalization with Visual Basic
    Covers the issues of Internationalization and Localization of applications and components in Visual Basic. Touches on all aspects of i18N/L10N/m18N.
  • A Practical Guide to Software Localization
    Contains chapters on translating software, on-line help and documentation, memory tools, project management, and terminology management. (Published 1998 - updated and revised version of 'A Practical Guide to Localization').
  • Software Internationalization and Localization
    Gives software developers a vendor-independent overview of what steps can be taken to make software easy to use by people in different cultures.
  • Tackling a Daunting Task (Web Techniques, Sep 2000)
    Eugene Eric Kim tackles on a task that's not all too dauntingóreviewing "Unicode: A Primer".
  • Understanding Japanese Information Processing
    Now out of print. Superceded by 'CJKV Information Processing'.
  • XML Internationalization and Localization
    The purpose of this book is twofold: First to describe what needs to be done to internationalize XML documents and applications; second to describe how the XML data can be localized efficiently.
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