YUI Theater — Norbert Lindenberg: "Internationalizing Applications Using YUI 3" (32 min.)

By YUI TeamDecember 6, 2010

Yahoo! internationalization architect Norbert Lindenberg speaks at YUIConf 2010 at Yahoo! HQ in Sunnyvale, CA.

On the web as in the real world, every language is a minority language. To reach a majority of users, your software will need to support multiple languages and be adapted to the needs and expectations of different cultures. In this session from YUIConf 2010, Yahoo! internationalization architect Norbert Lindenberg discusses how to do this while building on YUI 3. (Note: Due to a microphone malfunction, there is a short gap in the video and the portion of the video after the gap uses ambient audio.)

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