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How do lingokings celebrate Christmas? Part 4: Our managing director Nils

Just three days to go until Christmas! Some look forward to relaxing get-togethers with friends and family, others panic frantically on the hunt for last-minute presents. For us we feel a tinge of melancholy that our short introductory series with our managing director Nils Mahler is coming to an end. Nils and lingoking Nils is responsible for Sales and Marketing at lingoking. He is particularly interested in languages, because language read more…

How do lingokings celebrate Christmas? Part 4: Our director, Timo

Over the last 14 days, the Advents calendar has become lighter and lighter, whilst we have become, if we’re honest, heavier and heavier. It comes as no surprise after all the Christmas parties and visits to the Christmas markets. 10 days to go before the big day and that means that it’s founder number three, director Timo Müller’s, turn in our festive series. Timo and lingoking Timo is responsible for read more…

How do lingokings celebrate Christmas? Part 2: Christian, our CTO

Christmas is coming closer and closer. Most of us won’t yet be through with the task of finding and buying presents but have probably already given in to the temptations of gingerbread and mulled wine. Last week we reported on the holiday habits of Uno, our CCO, and today it’s our pleasure to continue our Advent series with lingoking’s CTO, Christian Koch. This much we can already tell you: he’s read more…

How do lingokings celebrate Christmas? Part 1: Uno, our CCO

It’s getting colder outside, the Christmas markets have opened their gates, the scent of mulled wine, cinnamon and chocolate wafts through the streets and Christmas lights illuminate our minds. We’ve thought up a treat for this very special time. In a nod to the Advent wreath, we’d like to invite you into the Advents of our founders, who will each present their personal Christmas celebrations. Uno and lingoking Uno Jüngling-Colic read more…

Happy Birthday, Wikidata!

On 29th October 2015 Wikimedia Germany extended invitations to celebrate Wikidata’s third birthday as a registered non-profit organisation. Two interpreters from lingoking joined the anniversary celebrations. Wikimedia Germany and Wikidata The most well-known project of the not-for-profit association, founded in 2004, is probably Wikipedia, whose aim is to make knowledge freely available. Wikimedia Germany is one of 40 independent national organisations, and with its 24 000 members, it is one read more…