IUC34 Conference Information

It’s not a long time for those who are interested to Unicode and Internationalization, which IUC33 held. As I am interested to internationalization and Unicode, I want to aware you from IUC34.


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‪Title : IUC34 Conference Information

‪Publish Date : 08/04/2010

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‪Author : Nasser Hadjloo

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IUC meeting Hotel

IUC meeting Hotel

What is IUC? IUC is a short abbreviation for Internationalization & Unicode Conference which held once a year. “IUC is a unique value and has a reputation for high quality. All papers submitted go through a technical review process by industry experts, who keep marketing content to an absolute minimum. The three-day conference will again feature a full day of tutorials followed by two days of presentations, panels and discussions. There will also be technology exhibits and demonstrations. Sessions will cover a range of topics including internationalization, globalization, the Web, security, and localization to name a few. There will be a mix of case studies, panel discussions and technical discussions geared towards beginner, intermediate and advanced practitioners.” IUC website mentioned.

The IUC 34 will be held October 18-20, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara, California, USA.

As part of the conference, there will be an exhibit area for vendors and service providers related to Unicode, the web, software and internationalization.  Exhibitors will have the opportunity to demonstrate their products, services or research during open exhibit hours at the conference.  Exhibitor slots are limited and available on a first come, first-reserved basis. To be an exhibitor you can check this page.

To register at the conference you have to apply online here. This conference has some different fees for different parts of conference. You can see the fees below.

Unicode members:  (to include all (employees of) corporate and associate members, as well as individual and specialist members.)

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Standard Fee:

     Tutorial only: $695

          Conference only: $795

          Conference and Tutorial: $1,295

Early Bird Fee:  (Register and pay by Friday, September 10, 2010) 

          Tutorial only: $595

          Conference only: $695

          Conference and tutorial: $1,195


Standard Fee:

          Tutorials only: $795

          Conference only: $895

          Conference and tutorial: $1,395

Early Bird Fee:  (Register and pay by Friday, September 10, 2010)

          Tutorials only: $695

          Conference only: $795

          Conference and tutorial: $1,295 

For more information you can check this page.

One Response to IUC34 Conference Information

  1. آریا says:

    از همه اساتید دانشجویان مهندسان وکلیه دوستانی که با رایانه سر و کار دارند خالصانه می خواهم به یاری من بشتابند

    واقعا یک مهندس کامپیوتر چه باید بداند؟یک مکانیک می داند باید ماشین را به کار بی اندازد آشپز می داند باید غذا تحویل دهد ولی یک مهندس کامپیوتر باید چه کند و چه تحویل دهد؟به عنوان مثال از برنامه #cچگونه استفاده کند که در بازار کار موفق باشد!کاش عمران خوانده بودم و به راحتی می دانستم باید خانه ای را به سر انجام برسانم,به قول آگهی تلویزیون هم اکنون نیازمند یاری سبزتان هستیم.

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