One of the challenges of any internationalization effort is precisely locating internationalization issues buried in large amounts of source code and turning that data into an achievable plan. In this session, we’ll work with some open-source code using Globalyzer, a tool to evaluate the code base and categorize internationalization issues. We’ll then look at using this data to build and execute an internationalization plan among developer teams. There will also be an emphasis on maintaining code over its development life cycle so that new internationalization issues don’t begin to crop up and create costly iterative delays during localization. The session will share some of the very same proven and repeatable approaches that Lingoport has used to effectively scale and perform extensive internationalization implementations on large applications in a wide variety of programming languages and technologies.