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Localisation

Oftentimes, one can stumble across the term ”localisation” connected with translation services, but not everybody knows the difference between those two processes. Let me try

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For translators

MemoQ vs Trados vs WordFast

Legal Disclaimer: what you find below are author’s private opinions. His intention is NOT to advocate against any company or tool. Every professional translator needs

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Editorial

Gaming market

For many years, video games used to be considered something nerdy and childish. It was common for gamers to be frowned upon and ridiculed for

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Editorial

Translator or Dictionary?

Recently, I have been asked to translate the English word “potluck” into Polish. My response was that I do not know such word, which is

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For translators

On Proofreading

Every professional translator is also a proofreader, as he or she must verify any text before sending it back to the customer. Such proofreading is

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Editorial

Machine LQA

Quite often, customers treat translations of their materials with neglect, as a “necessary evil”. They realise that it is needed, but they don’t think of

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Editorial

GUI Translation

In translations, context is the king. It seems obvious, but oftentimes the reality is quite different. Sometimes customers think that providing a source material for

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Editorial

Machine Translation

When translating English text into other languages, you might sometimes be tempted to use machine translation to speed up your work. In some languages, for

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For translators

Flexibility in translation

There’s a popular saying among translators, which reads “Dictionaries are like watches – even the best one is not entirely correct, but the worst one

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Localisation

Oftentimes, one can stumble across the term ”localisation” connected with translation services, but not everybody knows the difference between those two processes. Let me try

More »

MemoQ vs Trados vs WordFast

Legal Disclaimer: what you find below are author’s private opinions. His intention is NOT to advocate against any company or tool. Every professional translator needs

More »

Gaming market

For many years, video games used to be considered something nerdy and childish. It was common for gamers to be frowned upon and ridiculed for

More »

On Proofreading

Every professional translator is also a proofreader, as he or she must verify any text before sending it back to the customer. Such proofreading is

More »

Machine LQA

Quite often, customers treat translations of their materials with neglect, as a “necessary evil”. They realise that it is needed, but they don’t think of

More »

GUI Translation

In translations, context is the king. It seems obvious, but oftentimes the reality is quite different. Sometimes customers think that providing a source material for

More »

Machine Translation

When translating English text into other languages, you might sometimes be tempted to use machine translation to speed up your work. In some languages, for

More »

Flexibility in translation

There’s a popular saying among translators, which reads “Dictionaries are like watches – even the best one is not entirely correct, but the worst one

More »

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