Ubuntu Developer Summit is an official event expressed in the public space as a bundle of video sessions where numerous Ubuntu coders, managers, designers, leaders, members, etc, are gathering into video-recorded discussions about specific topics.
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Hours ago, a new happening of Ubuntu Developer Summit started, UDS gathering a significant amount of Ubuntu coders, managers, leaders and users into a bundle of video-sessions that are to span the next three days (until November 21st 2013).
The November's UDS was started with an overall introduction by Ubuntu's Jono Bacon and the traditional keynote of Mark Shuttleworth.
Ubuntu Developer Summit is an interesting official event that gathers numerous Ubuntu coders, managers, leaders, designers, etc, into captivating video-sessions, where the upcoming decisions related to Ubuntu's development versions are presented, talked about and publicly displayed.
Ubuntu Developer Summit is an interesting official event where developers, designers, company representatives, Ubuntu-passionate users, team managers, etc, are gathered into numerous video sessions ranging from app development to cloud and server.
Hours ago, the in-progress virtual UDS started, bringing another bundle of interesting video sessions available for people all over the world.
Unity, Mir, app development, Juju, as well as plans, to-land features and cutting-edge discussions, are among the topics being covered in the next three days.
The August's UDS started with an introduction conducted by Ubuntu's Jono Bacon, introduction followed by the Mark Shuttleworth's keynote, online keynote offering an enjoyable perspective on things past, present and future.
Ubuntu Developer Summit is an exciting official event gathering numerous developers, professionals, company representatives, etc, into an open discussion, where plans, goals, approaches related to the upcoming months' Ubuntu development are presented and explained.
Months ago, the UDS was shifted to a video-based online attitude, therefore, users from all over the world are now able to hassle-free watch the video sessions and thus learn, find out about exciting upcoming features and major changes in Ubuntu.
Ubuntu Developer Summit (UDS) is an exciting official event where the Ubuntu developers are gathered and organized in explanatory video-sessions, in order to present upcoming features, strategies and goals for Ubuntu.
The developers have announced that the next UDS will be conducted from August 27th 2013 to August 29th 2013 (2PM UTC - 8PM UTC).
The upcoming August's UDS will continue the months-ago-introduced online attitude, being expressed via Google+ Hangouts, as well as IRC channels and publicly-displayed blueprints.
Today, the 16th of May 2013, the second online UDS reached its completion, proving itself as successful with interesting sessions, numerous developers, numerous teams and an overall massive amount of openly-presented informations.
Ubuntu SDK, Core Apps, Unity 8 on Mir, Ubuntu Server, community roundtables, desktop polish are among the topics thoroughly addressed by the developers, online event accessible via Google+ to interested users from across the world with zero requirements (like for example, account requirements).
Mir and Unity 8 are software currently targeted for development, strengthening and refining, software that is to be the base for Ubuntu's exciting converged experience.
While at the online Ubuntu Developer Summit, the developers behind Ubuntu Touch, Mir and Unity 8 have been gathered into a video-session with the purpose of listing a set of probable availabilities of the mentioned Ubuntu components related to Saucy Salamander.
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