It’s sad news, yes – Ubuntu Developer Week for the 12.04 cycle is over. It’s been three fantastic days full of action-packed sessions. If you couldn’t attend, check out the logs of the sessions, all […]
(Brought to you by the Ubuntu Development News team and first posted here.) Development Update It is the week of Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha 2 which is to be released in just a few hours. Everybody […]
Day 2 of Ubuntu Developer Week is over and it was awesome! Logs up are up at the UDW page, so go and check them out if you couldn’t make it yesterday. Let’s take a […]
Day 1 of Ubuntu Developer Week is over and what a fantastic day it was. Logs up are up at the UDW page, so go and check them out if you couldn’t make it yesterday. […]
Today is day 1 of this cycle's Ubuntu Developer Week. Let's have a quick look at today's schedule to whet your appetite...
(This article was posted here before) Development Update Huzzah, time flies when you are having fun. We are in week 15 of the release already and have 13 weeks left until release. Next week, according […]
It's everybody's second-most favourite time of the release again. No, not the actual release, but it's Ubuntu Developer Week!
Welcome back everyone after the holiday break. Since we spoke the last time, there has lots been happening. By now we only have 14 weeks left until Ubuntu 12.04 a.k.a. Precise Pangolin, another LTS release gets out the door.
An Ubuntu tablet will ‘battle’ against Android and iOS Canonical’s CEO Jane Silber has said. And although Ubuntu isn’t running on tablets yet she told Techworld‘s Paul Krill that ‘announcements in that area‘ are to be made later […]
I had the opportunity yesterday to visit CTL Corp located in Portland, Oregon and sit down with Erik Stromquist, Executive VP and COO and Michael Tupper, Director of Business Development. The purpose of the visit was to get a highlight of CTL Corp's new Ubuntu Product initiative - and I was beyond excited.
A recent job posting from Canonical appears to hint at Ubuntu’s continued commitment to first-class user experience. Some of the key ‘responsibilities’ listed in the opening make for interesting reading. They call for: – ‘…[a] […]
Canonical will show off an 'exclusive Ubuntu concept design' at next weeks (10th - 13th January) Consumer Electronics Show (CES). And, tantalisingly, we've been told that the top secret design is 'so awesome' that 'it might just surprise a lot of people in the industry.' Just what could it be? We have a think...