Category Archives: Event

Automated Testing Hackfest

We all want more quality. We all wasted too many hours trying to fix broken software and we all know that new users struggle the most when facing crashes or other unexpected results. We probably all also agree that testing is a good idea and if it’s automated, then that’s even better. Automatically exercising large […]

Ubuntu Developer Week – 29th-31st Jan

We are delighted to announce the next Ubuntu Developer Week. From 29th to 31st January 2013 we will have a great selection of sessions all about Ubuntu Development, which not only showcase the great work which goes into Ubuntu, but should also help you get involved. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek Among the topics this time: general development and […]

Ubuntu Quantal OpenWeek and Ask Mark!: October 24th-26th

In just eight years, Ubuntu has become one of the most popular Linux distributions in the world with millions of users and a thriving community. Ever wondered what all the fuss is about? How have we achieved such a great feat in such a short space of time? Here’s where you can find out. Ubuntu […]

Ubuntu on Air! for the final release

Just a quick reminder to all of you that our next Ubuntu on Air! session, “for the final release”,  is going to take place tomorrow, October 17th at 16:30 UTC. Guests will be: Neil Patel – Technical Architect for Unity – Neil is no stranger to open source, before working on Unity Neil worked on […]

Get Ready For The 24-Hour Horsemen Marathon

This photo taken when we toured with Justin Bieber. See that motley crew above? That is my team, the Community Team at Canonical. I am blessed to have such a wonderful team; not only are they all fantastic community leaders, but they are just a fun bunch of guys in general to be around. A […]

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