Lloyd Honomichl was the Senior Internationalization Engineer for
Lionbridge from December, 1999 untilMar 2004 when he was fired for health related resons. He
worked with software development firms to prepare their applications for worldwide deployment and taught courses in software
He has an extensive knowledge of internationalization (I18n) issues as they
apply to Windows, Macintosh and Linux/Unix as well as web based applications
and databases. He is fluent in C/C++, Java, English and German.
Prior to joining Lionbridge he worked at Novell as a Senior Consulting Engineer.
He was the lead architect of Novell's International Product Development group
and Novell's representative to the Unicode Technical
Committee for eight years.
He has a black-belt in character set conversion and in 1996 he was "loaned" to Sun's
Javasoft group and co-authored the CharToByte and ByteToChar classes for JDK 1.1.
Since joining Lionbridge, Lloyd has continued to work with the Unicode Consortium
and has spoken at several International Unicode
Conferences and serves on the conference review board.
He has been an active member of the The Internationalization Guidelines, Education & Outreach
Task Force of the W3C Internationalization Activity since its inception in November 2002.