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The Internationalization & Unicode Conference is the premier technical conference for both software and Web internationalization as well as a great opportunity for networking with other practitioners. IUC 30 is your "must attend" event if you need to implement the Unicode Standard or manage an internationalization project. IUC 30 has new as well as updated tutorials for the newcomer and expert alike on topics such as .Net, Oracle and Unicode 5.0.

The three-day conference will feature a full day of tutorials followed by two days of presentations, panels and discussions. Session content is new and features case studies covering concrete aspects of implementations, not just the theories involved, topics of interest to government and non-governmental organizations such as managing an internationalization project and implementing multilingual databases. There are also several presentations in the latest Microsoft technologies local language features in Office 2007 and Vista, as well as topics related to Unicode, the Web, software and internationalization. See the conference program for full details.

For information about sponsoring, exhibiting or attending the 30th Internationalization & Unicode Conference, please send an email to or click on the appropriate link on the left.

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