Last chance to help decide the finalists for "The Tides of Tech" translation contest

 

The latest ProZ.com translation contest, "The Tides of Tech", is extending the qualifications phase for a week in 12 language-pairs, to give them a last chance to move onto finals. Take a second to rate these translations and help your colleagues move onto the next phase of the competition!

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New ProZ.com translation contest: “The Tides of Tech”

What’s that nice looking medal some members are showing off in their profiles?” Well, those members won a ProZ.com contest, and you can be the next winner in your language pair!

Until October 4th you have the chance to participate in this new contest, launched as part of the celebrations of ProZ.com's 20th anniversary. So, brush up your competitive skills and send your submission »

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Celebrating 20 years with the ProZ.com Argentinian team

On Friday, August 30th, we met at a pancake cafe & diner in San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina,to celebrate ProZ.com’s 20th anniversary. It was the first ProZ.com powwow for many of us, including the newly added staff members from the Argentinian team. We ended up being forty people --taking up more tables than planned-- and we had a lot of fun!

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What does that cat want? (translation contest)

A new translation contest starts today, with a source text in Arabic. The text is from Al-Nazaraat, by Mustafa Lutfi Al-Manfaluti.

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Congratulations winners in the translation contest "Benevolent deception: the placebo button effect"

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In the translation contest Benevolent deception: the placebo button effect, the finals stage has come to a close. Winners have been determined in the following language pairs:

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Contest: Can you help decide which will be the winning translations?

The vote buttons are not a placebo! They work!

 

In the current translation contest, Benevolent deception: The placebo button effect, some language pairs are in the Qualifications phase. For these language pairs, participants can provide ratings for Quality of writing and for Accuracy of translation next to each entry: 

 

 
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Congratulations to the winners of the ProZ.com translation mash-up: "Dust Bowl"!

With over 140 entries in more than 40 language pairs, and around 500 votes from very enthusiastic participants in both web and mobile stages, the first ProZ.com translation mash-up is about to end!

 

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Put it in a bowl, add dust and mash it up!

ProZ.com is running the first hybrid translation contest, "Dust Bowl". This contest will take place through the ProZ.com website, the ProZ.com Mobile app and the site's Facebook page.

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Finals open for translation contest "La sociedad transparente", cast your votes and help determine the winners

 

The finals phase for the translation contest La sociedad transparente opens today. If you have not done so already, you can add your votes now to help determine the winners in the following language pairs:

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"La sociedad transparente" contest: which translations will win?

The translation contest "La sociedad transparente" (with a source text in Spanish) is going into the Hybrid phase today. During this phase, any user registered at ProZ.com can:

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Translation contest: Speak now or forever hold your... silence?

The translation contest “The Sounds of Silence” has made it to the Finals, and it's time to choose the winners.

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Interview: “The Sounds of Silence” contest and the first entry ever in sign language

Ramon Woolfe is a British Sign Language (BSL) and International Sign (IS) translator, presenter, director, mentor, founder and CEO of Drip Media and campaigner for awareness for BSL and the deaf community, and the first user in the history of ProZ.com translation contests to make an entry in sign language.

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Translation contests: pick the winners in one, submit an entry in the other

Submissions open for the new ProZ.com translation contest

A new edition of the ProZ.com translation contests, “The Sounds of Silence”, is on and submissions are open, with a source text in English.

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