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About Global Pragmatica LLC®
Global Pragmatica LLC® offers custom JMP Scripting Language (JSL) application development including JMP and SAS integration, facilitative leadership, and program management services with deep domain expertise in software development, localization, and internationalization. We are pragmatists who emphasize results, efficiency, and sustainability.
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Recent blog posts
- Widget showing Icon Box() names
- On globalizing your contact information but still managing to confuse somebody
- Erin Vang facilitates again—Localization World, Santa Clara pre-conference session
- Free sample of Erin Vang’s facilitation
- Bridging the Gap Between Software Development and Localization
- Recordings of recent events
- Lessons from smart JSL mistakes
- A script to check and change a JMP preference ($2)
- Erin Vang to moderate upcoming events
- Mandelbrot and music: on listening in fractal dimensions
- Rest in peace, Tina Wuelfing Cargile
- Tuna noodle hotdish recipe
- North America from the outside in and the inside out
- Is South Carolina lazy? Um… no, not so much!
- How to parse a tricky date string
Sponsorship and pro bono work
Global Pragmatica LLC® offers professional services at no charge or reduced rates, at its discretion, to non-profit, music, educational, and similar organizations. We believe in servant leadership and make it a priority to join and support those who are actively imagining and creating a better world.
Global Pragmatica LLC® is proud to sponsor:
Nayah Solutions' quest to redefine technology education in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Stoked, an action sports-based youth development program in New York and Los Angeles.
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