Tomorrow: Ubuntu Developer Week

Tomorrow, 29th January, will see the start of Ubuntu Developer Week, the best opportunity this cycle to get involved in Ubuntu Development. We will have a variety of sessions around, all having to do with how Ubuntu is put together and how you can help out and get involved. Here a few examples of topics covered:

  • Ubuntu Development and Packaging (introduction, get set up, working with upstreams, patch systems, cross-building, and many more)
  • Automated Testing strategies
  • Fixing memory leaks, using u1db, Unity Integration and App development

Join in and ask all the questions you have, get to know some of Ubuntu’s developers and make new friends.

Check out our timetable – there will surely be something of interest for you too! Join in tomorrow!

Here are some of the fine people who are going to take you on a tour through Ubuntu Development:

Alex Chiang

Alex Chiang

Nicholas Skaggs

Nicholas Skaggs

Benjamin Drung

Benjamin Drung

Bhavani Shankar

Bhavani Shankar

David Planella

David Planella

Michael Hall

Michael Hall

Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson

Oliver Grawert

Oliver Grawert

Martin Pitt

Martin Pitt

Stefano Rivera

Stefano Rivera

6 Responses to “Tomorrow: Ubuntu Developer Week”

  1. parlin nainggolan Says:

    i have sony vaio vgn-tt 16, how to instal ubuntu in my laptop?

  2. knightz.metrosit Says:

    i think, i need 10 years more to be Ubuntu Developer

  3. dholbach Says:

    Don’t be discouraged so easily. To learn how to fix small bugs you shouldn’t take very long and from there you can progress over time. :-)

  4. Aiyk Richie Says:

    Helo guys.. and wizzies..

    Great job and really interesting annoucement, though somehow i got in late on this one. but i am going off to check on what i have missed. i have interest in opensource development, just not sure on the best way to start.

  5. dholbach Says:

    Try http://developer.ubuntu.com/packaging/html/ :)

  6. metamorph Says:

    If you have CD drive, you can install from there? If don’t you can make installer from USB stick. First, download ISO file Ubuntu, after that you can make installer from any installed ubuntu computer and then you run Startup Disk Creator with choosing ISO file that you have downloaded.

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