8 Reasons our pilot project was a SUCCESS!

During the release of the Visual Studio 2012 we worked with several universities to localize our content into several languages, including Czech, Italian, Russian and Turkish.  We had some promising new tools, and a fresh new workflow for the localization of our Visual Studio documentation, but what really made the difference were the people who helped…

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Announcing simship of Visual Studio 2013 content in 14 languages!

Whew, it’s been busy around here lately! Last week we simultaneously released MSDN Library Developer content to support the exciting new Visual Studio 2013 features in English andthirteen localized languages – Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Czech, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish, and Turkish. Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 provides a comprehensive,…


So much content! How do I choose?

If you’re already a MSDN Translation Wiki contributor, we understand that choosing which topics to edit from the vast plethora of Visual Studio MSDN Library Content can be a challenge. We therefore recently updated our Active Topics to help you narrow down your choices.  Just visit the Active Topics page for your language, or select your language from…

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Featured partner of the week – VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava

It was clear from the start that working with VŠB-Technical University on the localization of our Czech MSDN Visual Studio 2012 content would be smooth sailing. The professor and students were diligent in their work, and clearly knowledgeable of the necessary tools and processes. They skillfully navigated any obstacles, and contributed to the project’s overall…