Ubuntu App Developer Week, will take place in online in the #ubuntu-classroom and #ubuntu-classroom-chat IRC channels on April 11-15, 2011 from 16:00 to 21:00 UTC each day.David Planella of the Ubuntu Community Team at Canonical says "Our goal is to give all attendees a taste of the wide variety of tools on the Ubuntu platform that can be used to create awesome applications, and to showcase some applications that... more »
I mentioned Ubuntu Developer Week when the sessions were announced a few weeks ago and wanted to take a moment to remind readers that Ubuntu Developer week is now underway.For those who want to get started with Ubuntu Development or want to become a more proficient Ubuntu developer then take a look at what sessions took place yesterday as well as what is scheduled for all of this week.Ubuntu Developer Week still has four (4) days left and packed full of exciting things to help users become de... more »
Once again Ubuntu Developer Week is around the corner and the community is invited to participate.What is Ubuntu Developer Week?Ubuntu Developer Week is an online, week of tutorial sessions targeted for all skill levels of Ubuntu Developers that help strengthen the Ubuntu Developer skills and community. Ubuntu Developer Week is a free online event that is open to all.When is Ubuntu Developer Week?Ubuntu Developer Week... more »
Ubuntu Developer Day will be held in Bangalore, India on January 27th, 2011 and this Canonical sponsored event is set to expand developers productivity on the Ubuntu platform. The event is free but you must register.This event is geared toward engineers and developers who are interested in using Ubuntu as a developer platform as well as those developing applications for the Ubuntu users. Topics currently include how Canonical works with developers, ISVs opportunities, Ubuntu cloud-computing,... more »
Screenshot on How to participate in UDS-N from the UDS website    What's on tap for this week in the world of Ubuntu? It's the Ubuntu Developer Summit for the Ubuntu 11.04, Natty Narwhal cycle, otherwise known as UDS-N.Just as UDS website states, "Be there and make a difference", I'll be blogging, denting, tweeting, facebooking and more from the sessions this week. I am looking forward to seei... more »
You're invitedto participate inUbuntu App Developer WeekDate: Monday, September 27, 2010 to Friday, October 1, 2010Time: 1400 UTC - 2000 UTC Daily during Ubuntu App Developer WeekWhere: #ubuntu-classroom and #ubuntu-classroom-chat Ubuntu App Developer Week wiki describes this event as "a week of sessions aimed at enabling and inspiring developers to write applications that scratch their itches. Our goal is to give all attendees a taste of the wide variety of tools on the Ubuntu plat... more »
The next Ubuntu Developer Week will take place from Monday, July 12, 2010 to Friday, July 16, 2010 from 1600 UTC to 2100 UTC each day.What is Ubuntu Developer Week? Ubuntu Developer Week is a series of online workshops where you can: learn about different packaging techniques find out more about different development teams check out the efforts of the world-wide Development Community participate in open Q&A sessions with Ubuntu developers much more... What sessions are taught... more »
The Ubuntu Opportunistic Developers will be enjoying a week of programming fun as Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week (UODW) kicked off at 4pm UTC today March 1st and concludes on Saturday, March 6th at around 8pm UTC.Last week on March 25, Rick Spencer, Canonical's engineering manager for the Desktop conducted two classes -- Python for Beginners and Python for Programmers preparing those who are new to programming and python to get the most out of each session. No worries, if you didn't get... more »

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