Yes, depending on the cancellation date. Please check the Payment and Cancellation policy.
Oman is a very liberal country, but foreigners should obey a few simple rules for their clothing, see for example this dress code. Alcohol is available in big hotels and night clubs. You can also bring two liters of wine into the country (there is a duty-free shop at Muscat Airport right before you pick up your luggage with a decent selection of wines from all over the world). Average temperatures in April are 30-35 degree Celcius. It will not rain.
Please check the venue page for more information about Oman
Yes. However, how you can get it will depend on your citizenship. Some nationalities (of this list) can get visa on arrival while the others need to request for a visa before coming to Oman (contact Oman Embassy in your residence country).
We can help you to get the visa. To do so, please contact us. We can only process your visa request once we receive the visa and registration fees from your side.
Please contact the organizers to discuss the case.
Yes, please check the registration page
This seminar which will be organized in April 2014 is the first Unicode event in Oman and in the middle East.
A variety of tutorials and conference sessions are organized yearly to cover current topics related to recent advances in Unicode, the web, software, and internationalization. Participants can learn about new developments in the representation of human languages and in the implementation of Unicode-related standards. They are of great value to engineers implementing the Unicode Standard, and anyone working on the internationalization of software or engaged in furthering research into the representation of historic languages and symbols by computers. Unicode Conferences and tutorials are the ideal place to interact and exchange ideas with others in the field of internationalization and language support, including experts, implementers, educators, clients and vendors.
The Unicode Consortium is a non-profit corporation devoted to developing, maintaining, and promoting software internationalization standards and data, particularly the Unicode Standard, which specifies the representation of text in all modern software products and standards. The Unicode Consortium actively develops standards in the area of internationalization including defining the behavior and relationships between Unicode characters. The Consortium works closely with W3C and ISO—in particular with ISO/IEC/JTC 1/SC2/WG2, which is responsible for maintaining ISO/IEC 10646, the International Standard synchronized with the Unicode Standard.