Becoming a successful international translator

Becoming a successful international translator

ProZ.com was a turning point for me. Before finding out about it, getting big clients and jobs was a Dantesque task. I had to “knock on each client´s door” and offer my services, without knowing they needed help and many times, having a real hard time to find an email for contact. I always imagined …

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Translation Memory and Survival

Translation Memory and Survival

Written by:  Eman Elbehiry Homer and Langley Collyer, two brothers, were killed by “hoarding”, and storing things in their house. That led psychology scientists to categorizing this “hoarding” under “psychological disease” umbrella. But when it comes to Translation, sorry psychology! You’re wrong this time. Why? Because “Hoarding” is a big sign of perfectionism, and adulthood. How …

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Will the interpreter survive technology?

Will the interpreter survive technology?

The Mesay 3.0 translation computer was launched as a crowdfunding project earlier this week. The device, made by Mesay in Shenzhen, China, is the third edition of the Mesay translation computer, offering simultaneous two-way voice and text translation in 50 languages without the need for any apps. Mesay had already introduced the Mesay and Mesay 2.0 …

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HOW LANGUAGE SERVICES PROVIDERS CHOOSE THE BEST TRANSLATORS

HOW LANGUAGE SERVICES PROVIDERS CHOOSE THE BEST TRANSLATORS

From the onset of the Worldwide Web in the 1990s to present day, the Internet has diverged in unimaginable ways- and it keeps on changing right before our eyes. Once dominated by the English language, the Internet is now a multilingual platform with more and more users deciding to search in their native language for …

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From The Business Of Language To The Language Of Business: The Future Of Translation Worldwide

From The Business Of Language To The Language Of Business: The Future Of Translation Worldwide

Enhanced by the increase in the digitalization of business documents worldwide, these trends will drive new demand from enterprises previously unable to justify the cost of enterprise-quality translation and related services and will open up a long tail of opportunities to provide native-language services targeted to small but rapidly growing emerging markets. Click here to …

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CAT tool use by translators: what are they using?

CAT tool use by translators: what are they using?

Overall, most CAT tool users agreed that the use of a CAT tool was a benefit in terms of maintaining consistency, quality control, in terminology management, and in project management. Most also agree that the size and organization of the translation memory (TM) being used is a key factor. Check the full article from here

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Across Systems Presents New Major Release of its Across Language Server

Across Systems Presents New Major Release of its Across Language Server

Karlsbad. Across Systems GmbH has released version 7 of its translation management software Across Language Server. Under the motto “Speed up your translation processes”, the main benefits of the new major release include optimized translation processes and seamless connection of third-party machine translation systems. Check the full release from this link.

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Why should you CAT tool your translation?

Why should you CAT tool your translation?

Written by:  Eman Elbehiry As long as the early human was living, he searched for ways to survive, to facilitate life, to save time and energy, and to develop and move his life to another level. Thus, he worked his available tools like dry grass, leaves, and bark to make his first flame of fire. Since …

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