2014/Unicode Beyond Just Characters: Localization with the CLDR

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Unicode is much more than just characters. The Unicode Consortium defines open standards for collating, parsing, and formatting data in much of the world’s languages. The Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) is the largest standard repository of locale data along with specifications for its use and is a powerful resource for software localization.

Speaker: Nick Patch

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