Japan, here we go


Konnichiwa!


 


I have been blogging for a little over 3 years now.  One of the main reasons I started doing this was to be able to have a two-way dialog with people around the world who are interested and passionate in building software.  


 


Recently, I mentioned that my blog is being translated into Chinese which enables me to reach a broader set of people.


 


Today, I am very excited to say that one of our community members, Sawai-san (Hiroshi Sawai) has offered to translate my blog into Japanese. This is a great way for me to engage with the development community in Japan and I want to express my thanks to Sawai-san for kindly volunteering his time.  Also, special thanks to Kawabata-san (Yoshihiro Kawabata, leader for the Japanese MS User Group PassJ) for making this happen.


 


Here is a link to where you can find this blog translated in Japanese: http://ameblo.jp/umesawaa                                        


 


Namaste!

Comments (2)

  1. oidon says:

    Not to nitpick, but just a few notes.

    1. The standard greeting should be "konnichiwa".

    2. Unless you are speaking Japanese, I would suggest against attaching -san to Japanese names. Some people (not everyone) may take it as discriminatory and take offense at it, even when not intended.

    Tōkyō, Japan

  2. Somasegar says:

    Thanks Oidon for the feedback.

    I did fix the spelling for the greeting.

    -somasegar