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Developing and Delivering a Software Internationalisation Subject

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Developing and Delivering a Software Internationalisation Subject
This paper describes the content and delivery of a software internationalisation subject (ITN677) that was developed for Master of Information Technology (MIT) students in the Faculty of Information Technology at Queensland University of Technology. This elective subject introduces students to the strategies, technologies, techniques and current development associated with this growing `software development for the world' specialty area. Students learn what is involved in planning and managing a software internationalisation project as well as designing, building and using a software internationalisation application. Students also learn about how a software internationalisation project must fit into an over-all product localisation and globalisation that may include culturalisation, tailored system architectures, and reliance upon industry standards. In addition, students are exposed to the different software development techniques used by organizations in this arena and the peri...
Tony Sahama, Chris Ho-Stuart, James M. Hogan
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ACSW
Authors Tony Sahama, Chris Ho-Stuart, James M. Hogan
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