The Babel project provides several tools to help you globalize your Eclipse project. The Babel Message Editor provides a very easy to use interface to manage all localized properties files in one editor. The Babel Runtime Translation Editor is a plug-in for the IDE or RCP applications which allows a user to translate what he sees on the screen at runtime. The Babel project has also set up a Babel Translation Server for the community to contribute translations. At the Babel Translation Server, any Eclipse user may pick an Eclipse project from the list of projects participating in Babel, and translate selected strings into one of the languages supported by Babel. Language packs will later be built when the properties files are translated. Among the language packs built weekly are the Babel Pseudo Translation Language Packs. Using these pseudo translation language packs, you can (1) identify hard-coded strings (2) identify layout and truncation problems before translation (3) identify the Eclipse project a string is coming from, and (4) locate the file that contains a string.In this talk, we will introduce you to all these Babel globalization tools with detailed examples of their use. You will learn how to make your Eclipse project a truly global solution. We will also discuss the future project plans and strategy of the Eclipse Babel Project.