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“Your business applications cannot bring with it the habits and customs of your country without colliding with the habits and customs of your users in other countries.” ‐ (IBM Globalization – Guideline C – Respect for culture and conventions)
If you are a software developer and you aspire to any kind of growth in this fast-moving world, you will at some point consider making your applications multilingual. This is because the overseas market is an ideal (and sometimes inevitable) way for you to expand. Making your software applications multilingual is not necessarily difficult, but, like all aspects of expansion, it can be hard to successfully manage if you do not watch out for some pitfalls.