Twitter and Wikipedia to co-host the first language hackathon

If you are a software developer working with localization projects or someone who enjoys improving language support and fixing different bugs, this upcoming event might be interesting for you. Twitter and Wikipedia, these two giants platforms which don’t need any introduction, are co-hosting the first language hackathon in a few days, on November 1.

The event will take place at Twitter Headquarters and it will mainly focus on language tools, localization and internalization. Other areas covered in this hackathon are web fonts, UI/UX, community driven translation or input methods. If you are a developer, designer or a project manager interested to participate or contribute to global users, please feel free to join this event.

For registrations, you can access here, and if you can attend to Twitter HQ in San Francisco, you can join the conversation online on Twitter at #langhack.

Source: Twitter International Services Blog 

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