“What does the MVP say?” – Introducing Karen Tazayan

As the next feature in our MVP interview series, please meet Karen Tazayan! Karen has been one of the first people to participate in MSDN Translation Wiki. Following are his responses to our prodding questions: Please tell us a bit about yourself. What is your background? “I graduated from Informatics and Applied Mathematics faculty at Yerevan…

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Featured partner of the week – Wrocław University of Technology

 Some of the most notable highlights of our university project resulted from our work with Wrocław University of Technology. These folks were not only professional, flexible, and accommodating to work with, but also took the prize for providing the largest volume of edited content. And at the   same time they demonstrated outstanding commitment to quality…

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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…

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Featured partner of the week – University of Verona

    We take great pleasure in presenting our Italian MSDN Visual Studio 2012 Developer Content localization partner! The University of Verona is one of the largest universities in Italy with more than 20,000 students per year and a computer science department ranking first in the country. It was no wonder that we enjoyed both top-notch project…

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Universities across the world partner with Microsoft

Microsoft received some great help during the Visual Studio 2012 Developer Content localization cycle! We worked together with professors and students from engineering and computer science at 10 different universities to improve the translation quality of MSDN Visual Studio 2012 content in the following languages: Chinese (Traditional), Czech, French, Italian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, Russian…

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Translation Wiki for Visual Studio 2012

We are pleased to announce that the MSDN Translation Wiki project has been expanded for Visual Studio 2012. MSDN Translation Wiki is a wiki environment that allows users to read and edit MSDN Library online content for Visual Studio and .NET Framework with an editor. It consists of a combination of human and Machine Translation so the…

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