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26: Knowledge People, Language People - With Jochen Hummel

26: Knowledge People, Language People - With Jochen Hummel

Meet Jochen Hummel, one of the founders of Trados. Even if you're not familiar with his name, you have almost certainly heard of the piece of software that he helped create and that many translators rely upon each and every day to get their work done. Jochen and I talk about how Trados came to be, what he's been up to since selling Trados to SDL and what the future holds for language technology. Take a listen!
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/jochen-hummel

24: Interpreters' Help

I had the chance to sit down with Benoît and Yann, the two developers, for a nice conversation, which I've edited down to this episode. Learn more about how Interpreters' Help came about (there's even a cameo!), how it can help you and what's in store for the future.​
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/interpretershelp

22: Tess Whitty

My guest on episode 22 of LangFM is Tess Whitty, a translator, fellow language podcaster - and a fellow European, who now lives in Utah. We talk about how Tess got there, about marketing and podcasting and many other interesting things.
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/tess-whitty

21: Demos ex machina? Multilingual communication with Mathew Lowry

On episode 21 of LangFM, I talk to European communication strategist Mathew Lowry (that's only one 'T'). Please do check out the show notes for more information and many more links. We talk about Mathew's background, communicating Europe, multilingualism and innovation, the European public sphere, machine translation and AI, the upcoming LT Innovate conference - oh, and we debunk the "English only" myth.
Full show notes: https://adrechsel.de/langfm/mathewlowry

20: Sergio Llorian and VoiceBoxer

My guest on episode 20 of LangFM is Sergio Llorian. ​Sergio is the CEO and co-founder of VoiceBoxer, an online platform for conferences, presentations and webinars, that also allows for interpretation and slides in multiple languages.
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/voiceboxer

19: Sketchnoting, with Linda Saukko-Rauta

Linda Saukko-Rauta is a language-teacher turned sketchnoter based in Jyväskylä, Finland. Listen in as we talk about how doodling in work meetings propelled her into a successful freelance career as a sketchnoter. What is sketchnoting, you ask? Linda will tell you more about it in this latest instalment of the LangFM podcast.
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/sketchnoting

18: Dan Kenig and Intragloss

Listen in as I talk to Dan Shalit Kenig, an EU-accredited conference interpreter based in Tel Aviv with a very interesting biography. And a knack for technology: Together with a programmer, he has developed Intragloss, a glossary application focussed on making your preparation dead-easy.
Show notes: www.adrechsel.de/langfm/dan-kenig-intragloss