January 21, Tuesday @ 2:00 pm CET | 8:00 am EST
Join us live as Ellen Singer, Marta Bartnicka and I discuss MT/MTPE and the effect the advances in this area may have on our rates. Submit your questions via the chat function. Places limited to 50.
For over 20 years in IBM Translation Center, Marta Bartnicka has worked at the crossroads of cultures, where corporate policies and local customs meet. Over time, she gathered experience in translation and localization, verification, localization testing, localization projects management and terminology, as well as implementation of Machine Translation and integrating the Continuous Delivery / Continuous Integration with the localization process.
In 2019, Marta joined Dolby Laboratories, leveraging her expertise in Localization and exploring the world of Publishing Engineering.
Several times a year, in cooperation with Localize, she runs training courses on software/documentation localization and the practical use of Machine Translation.
Ellen Singer is a translator with more than twenty years of experience as a full-time translator and project manager. She owns a small technical translation agency with her husband that focuses on quality. She has recently been focusing more on transcreation, i.e. more creative translation. She loves challenges and knowledge and enjoys cooperating with others. A speaker of English, Spanish and Dutch, Ellen has been presenting at conferences since 2013. She has covered a wide range of topics, from technical translation to Donald Duck, from file conversion to QA, and even Why translate? She enjoys conferences and meeting other translators. She is known among translators as The Hugging Translator.