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TLC 2016 keynote announced: David Peterson, the creator of Dothraki language from Game of Thrones
It’s our great pleasure to announce that David Peterson, the creator of Dothraki language from the Game of Thrones series, a writer and co-founder of the Language Creation Society, will give a keynote speech at The Translation and Localization Conference 2016. David’s talk will focus on the art of language
Video invitations from our speakers!
Take a look at what our speakers have prepared for you for the upcoming TLC!
What you can expect at TLC: round table debates
Following our successful launch of round table debates last year and encouraged by your extremely positive feedback, we’re planning to run a session of round table debates again.
What you can expect at TLC: flash presentations
Apart from our regular 60-minute presentation format, this year we’re going to put together a bloc of flash presentations. They’re shorter, sweeter and more condensed – you get 30 minutes with each speaker, followed by an opportunity to get your A directly from the speaker in a Q&A session. Here
Registration for the Translation and Localization Conference 2016 is now open!
It’s our great pleasure to announce that registration for our upcoming Translation and Localization Conference 2016 is now open. This year the conference is taking place on 11 and 12 of March 2016. You can register for both days or just one.
TLC Supporter Package – show some Tender Loving Care!
Over the years, our conference has witnessed a huge number of attendees, great help from sponsors and lots of enthusiasm from speakers. This year, we’d like to invite you to show your support (and some TLC!) in a whole new way: TLC Supporter Package.
First things first, here’s our networking dinner offer…
Our Friday networking dinner is going to take place in popular and fashionable Klub Endorfina in central Warsaw (Pałac Konstantego Zamoyskiego, ul. Foksal 2). The dinner will start at 8 pm and we’ll provide a meal (including vegetarian and vegan options) and one beer and one glass of wine (yes,
Final call! We’re waiting for your talk! Why should we translate in the first place?
Here at the TLC 2016 headquarters, we hope you’ve had a great summer. We’ve been working a bit behind the scenes to bring an even better event next year.
Making money out of translation: from LSPs to end users
Most of us would certainly agree it is great to love what you do professionally – but the bottom line is that you also need to make a living. There is an economic undercurrent to most of the things we do as translators, from marketing our services, through the act
Translation, localisation and technology: a love and hate relationship?
Translation, localisation and technology are a constant presence in almost everyone’s life. When faced with a corporate skyscraper we might feel we wouldn’t be able to survive without elevators and in our work as translators, localisers and even interpreters, our computers are as necessary as the air we breathe.