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MOSS Multilingual Site Configuration

, 21 May 2007 130.1K 31
This article describes the concepts and steps needed to create a multilingual publishing site in MOSS



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Pakistan Pakistan
Naveedullah Khan, a graduate from Department of Computer Science, Karachi University has got more than 5 years of experience in the software industry and currently working as a Senior Technology Consultant/ Project Manager at KalSoft (Pvt.) Ltd.

Being an evangelist of Computer Science among other things, he commenced his career as a core Visual C++ and .NET developer, moved to the design and analysis of various systems and now his main area of expertise is SharePoint Products and Technologies.

From SharePoint’s perspective, he started from SPS 2001, moved to SPS 2003 and now an expert level MOSS consultant. He has carried out several projects based on SPS 2003 and MOSS 2007 in the Gulf region.

He has achieved PMP (Project Management Professional) Certification. He is also MCAD.NET and has got several other certifications and awards. Naveed is also a member of PMI Karachi Chapter and Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). He has been a speaker at many conferences and events organized by Microsoft including PDC 2005, LOVE Launch 2007. He has been a trainer at several community training sessions in universities and user groups.

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