Wednesday 5th June, 2013
2:45pm to 3:30pm
Sakai is now in use all over the world. Many institutions use Sakai in a language other then English. Sakai is very configurable and able to support localization in a variety of different locales. There are still challenges, however, if you try to support multiple locales in the same Sakai server at the same time.
This session will quickly introduce the topic of localization in Sakai to those who might not be familiar with how it is done. The session will then turn its focus on the problems that come up when you try to support multiple locales in the same Sakai system at the same time.
Some of the topics that will be covered:
Cris Holdorph has been a Unicon employee for fifteen years. Cris holds a degree in Computer Science from Michigan State University and is currently a Software Architect at Unicon, Inc. Unicon, Inc. is a leading supplier of Professional Services and Support for the uPortal, Sakai and CAS platforms.
Cris has participated in training several university's on uPortal and Portlet development.
Cris has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Arizona State University.
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