Internationalization and Unicode
Conference (IUC) is a unique
value and has a reputation for high
quality. All papers submitted go through
a technical review process by industry
experts, who keep marketing content to
an absolute minimum. If you only attend
one internationalization conference this
year, IUC is the best value for your
Reasons to Attend Include:
- This is the only conference where
your organization’s staff can learn the
fundamentals of i18n and Unicode
directly from industry experts.
- Learn about the latest trends, tools and
techniques in internationalization.
- This conference includes new speakers
and topics, as well as the most popular
speakers from prior conferences.
- Find out about security risks and
- Moving to the cloud or
integrating social networking into
your applications? This conference
addresses those topics.
- Creating Web apps with tools like Joomla
or PHP? This conference will show you
how to create multilingual Web
- Working with mobile applications? Learn
about the problematic emoji characters
and how they are being addressed.
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. For
information about sponsoring, exhibiting
or attending the 34th
Internationalization & Unicode
Conference, please send an email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or click
on the appropriate link on the left.
Unicode experts, implementers, clients and vendors are invited to submit
papers and presentations and to attend this unique conference.
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-enabled products.
The three-day conference will again
feature a full day of tutorials followed
by two days of presentations, panels and
discussions. There will also be
technology exhibits and demonstrations.
will cover a range of topics including
internationalization, globalization, the
Web, security, and localization to name
a few. There will be a mix of case
studies, panel discussions and technical
discussions geared towards beginner,
intermediate and advanced practitioners.