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wintranslation Awarded Icelandic Contract

wintranslation™ is pleased announce today that it was awarded an Icelandic translation contract by Public Works this week. Icelandic is the official language spoken in Iceland. wintranslation supports over 70 languages and uses a peer review methodology for quality control. wintranslation is one of the largest and most diverse translation companies that supply for the […]

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OnApril 26, 2012, posted in: News by

wintranslation Awarded Second Official Languages Contract from Public Works

wintranslation is pleased to announce that today it won its second Official Languages (French) contract from Public Works. For the past 14 years, we have built our client base primarily through strength in multilingual linguist selection, artwork/design and project management. It is in this fiscal year that we are making inroads in developing our official […]

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OnApril 19, 2012, posted in: News by

Living an Awesome Life blog

Last week, a friend of mine asked me to check out Sacha Chua’s Living an Awesome Life blog: http://sachachua.com/blog/. A warm and fuzzy feeling came over me clicking through the postings. Here I found someone else who is dedicated to living life intentionally. At an early age, I realized happiness means different things for different […]

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OnApril 16, 2012, posted in: Articles, Miscellaneous by

wintranslation to localize XTRF into Mandarin Chinese

wintranslation is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with translation workflow management solution provider XTRF  to localize XTRF into Mandarin Chinese. The majority of the localization will take place in MemoQ and the Mandarin team at wintranslation will also be performing linguistic and functionality testing after the Mandarin version is built. […]

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OnApril 9, 2012, posted in: News by

Read Pen technical writers' Meetup in Ottawa

Yesterday I joined seven technical writers in a Meetup group for lunch at the Ottawa Bagel Shop. Len Fardella, owner of Peter’s New Jobs told me about this group when he heard that I want to meet more technical writers (technical writing and translation are closely related). It is a small intimate gathering of people […]

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OnMarch 29, 2012, posted in: Articles, Translation Articles by