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2017-01-04

The Little Astronaut and the User Experience

Let me share a story. In my early years, I have practically gained the title of The Astronaut in my greater family for that I received a Commodore +4 …

2016-04-07

Got a Messy Excel to Translate in memoQ?

Excel files are of much pain for many translators, especially when customers populate Excel cells with HTML contents and/or placeholders such as $username. Most of the CAT …

2016-02-23

Ever Wanted to Find Differences Between Two Excel Workbooks?

Excel’s Inquire addon enables comparing workbooks You may have a perfect life and be never worried about such things, but I face the challenge of telling the …

2015-11-04

Translation Agencies, Don’t Penalize Your Valuable Resources

The most obvious measurement of translation performance and, therefore, the basis of determining remuneration of translation services is word count. (Since the smallest meaningful unit of a …

2015-01-17

Sparx Enterprise Architect 12: Wireframing

A great new feature, long-awaited by me, wireframing (UI sketching) will be introduced in Sparx Enterprise Architect 12, to be released soon. Check out our test drive.

2014-11-10

Is Login a Use Case? Use Cases vs Functional Decomposition

What makes a use case and what not? Why to avoid functional decomposition in use case modeling? This article discusses how to recognize use cases and how to use them effectively to define functionality.

2014-10-19

How Baby Mouth Hand Was Born?

We all know a few funny or annoying mistranslations, but how do these come into existence? Read about human and machine translation.

2014-10-10

Who Comes After Who? Requirements, Use Cases and Features

Trying to show some guidance in the confusion of how use cases, requirements and features can align with each other in UML modeling.

2014-10-07

The Orphan of Translation Practices

A couple of sentences about the importance of the concept or definition fields of termbases.

2014-10-03

What’s Wrong with Agile?

Nothing, in theory. Negligence, in practice. Read on to find out how I came to this staggering result. I remember the times when Rational Unified Process (RUP) …