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What is Worldware?

Worldware is a conference that provides an opportunity to learn how to get international product releases out on time and on budget. Attendees learn from experts how to build, deploy and maintain worldwide product releases.

Why? Common wisdom teaches that, on average, a diverse financial portfolio weathers periods of economic hardship better than a portfolio that depends on a single asset class. This is true of international product markets as well. Products that can be sold in multiple geographies have greater chances of success than those that are confined to one local market.

There is an abundance of information about how to go about internationalization available from books and conferences such as the Unicode Conference, but little information about why internationalization should be done and what it consists of.

Worldware illuminates the “why” and “what” of internationalization in a relaxed and informative two-day conference setting. Subject matter experts from leading companies offer indispensible insights into key topics for any company delivering software to the world audience. The formal conference is preceded by a workshop day for more in-depth discussions and discovery.

Who should attend?
Technically inclined strategic decision-makers
Development Directors in large enterprises
Software architects
International product and marketing managers
Webmasters of global sites

Attendees will be able to:
Understand the benefits and challenges of proactive internationalization
Gain insight over the success strategies implemented by leading international software companies
Learn from subject matter experts
Interact with peer high-level decision-makers
Worldware is created by the producers of Localization World: The Localization Institute and MultiLingual Computing, Inc., Worldware program management is provided by Daniel Goldschmidt.

The Localization Institute

The Localization Institute organizes comprehensive, vendor-neutral conferences, seminars and round tables where participants gain insights that help their companies better succeed in international business.

Events include:

  • Managing Global Websites and eCommerce, the reference event for multilingual web and e-business
  • Round tables on localization management, localization project management and internationalization

The Institute also offers:

  • Seminars geared to participants on all experience levels
  • Customized training, consulting and speaking engagements
  • Localization certification program through California State University, Chico

MultiLingual Computing, Inc.

MultiLingual Computing, Inc., is the information source for the localization, internationalization, translation and language industry.

Offerings include:

  • MultiLingual, a print and digital magazine mailed nine times a year to readers in 60 countries
  • MultiLingual News, a free biweekly electronic newsletter containing the latest industry news
  • Blogos, a blog covering language and language industry issues
  • A website featuring a searchable database of over 1,700 industry resources; a searchable database of over 6,000 news items since 1994; free downloadable getting started guides; free downloadable resource directories; and more.


Daniel Goldschmidt

Daniel Goldschmidt is a principal consultant and cofounder of RIGI Localization Solutions. As a senior software engineer and professional in the globalization of software and content field, he has extensive experience in the internationalization and localization of large-scale enterprise applications and projects. Through his association with RIGI Localization Solutions, Daniel provides his client base with internationalization and localization expertise: automation, process improvement, training and workshops. He has previously served as a senior software engineer in the Google Internationalization Team, working on the Google Localization Framework, and he was invited by the European Commission to serve as an independent expert in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) program. Daniel holds a B.Sc. in computer sciences and mathematics (cum laude) and an M.Sc. in computer sciences, both from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.


Contact information:

General Information:
Postal addresses:
Sponsor management:
The Localization Institute, Inc.
7601 Ganser Way
Madison, WI 53719 USA
Localization World Ltd.
319 N. First Avenue
Sandpoint, ID 83864-1495 USA
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