Tag Archives: Development

Great Is The Art Of Beginning: Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 1

Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 1 Summary The first day of Ubuntu App Developer Week is over and we’re ramping up to day 2! A great start and lots of interest in the audience. Here is a small summary from yesterday’s schedule. Making Ubuntu a Target for App Developers By Jonathan Lange Jono, who has […]

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Ubuntu App Developer Week Day 5 and Wrap-up

What an awesome week for application developers. Ubuntu App Developer Week was a week of great speakers, great sessions, great participation, Multitouch, Unity, GObject, Introspection, PyGI, Qt, Qt Quick, QML, Internationalization, KDE, Phonon, Multimedia, Touchegg, Plasma Widgets, Python, Testing, Rapid Prototyping, Thunderbird, GStreamer, Zeitgeist, D-Bus, Ubuntu One, Bazaar, Lenses, Launcher API, Indicators, Launchpad, Translations, Application […]

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Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 4

Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 4 Summary Ramping up to the end of the week we had another full app development goodness day, and one where the session topics fitted together in a nice workflow as well: creating bling, creating apps with Rapid Prototyping, getting them into Ubuntu, adding indicator support and translating them. […]

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Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 3

Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 3 Summary Right into the middle of the week and still delivering the most diverse set of sessions from the most interesting technologies. QML, Cloud, D-Bus, Multitouch, Unity, Bazaar… Wednesday had a bit of everything. Most importantly, this sessions are for you all, so I was really glad to […]

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Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 2

Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 2 Summary Wow, what a great follow-up to the first day! The second Ubuntu App Developer Week brought lots of awesome: great speakers and sessions, great participation, improvisation, Python, GTK, KDE, Qt, PyGI, Zeitgeist, Gstreamer, Introspection, Thunderbird, Unity, API Integration, hacking, fun… all the buzzwords you can associate when […]

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