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International Translator's Day is coming soon!

I am so excited about the International Translator's Day! I love my profession, learning new things related to my spheres of expertise, to the technical and marketing side of freelance translation and acquiring new skills, too!
This year ProZ.com has prepared something absolutely special and unique - a whole week of interesting and useful events. You can visit the 2011 Virtual event series page for details and register for events that you are interested in.
The program includes:

    I have registered for the Certified Pro Network virtual conference, Recruitment day and Freelance translator virtual conference. I'd really like to register also for the TAUS & ProZ.com event, but I'm not sure if I'll be able to attend since it's also my wedding anniversary :)


    How about you? What events are you planning to take part in?

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    1. Sounds great! I'm not sure, though, if I am able to attend anything at all. Still, I'll try to attend the event on September 30.

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    2. I'd be so glad to "see" you there on September 30th. Unfortunately, I don't think I'll be able to attend all the sessions from the beginning till the end. Right now I am planning to spend about 1.5 hours a day. I am really excited about this whole coming week.

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    3. Оленька,
      Огромное спасибо за информацию, не уверена, что смогу участвовать там, но попробую. Таня М.

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    4. Танечка, пройди по ссылкам и просмотри детальную программу каждого дня. Тогда ты сможешь решить для себя, что тебе нужно посетить, и соответствующим образом спланировать время. Если ты член ProZ.com, участие бесплатно. Если нет, то это стоит определенную сумму, но небольшую, насколько я знаю.

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    5. Так и сделаю! Еще раз спасибо! Таня М.

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