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App developer sessions at the 12.04 Ubuntu Developer Summit

UDS is here again. Tomorrow another week packed with content that will define the plans for a new Ubuntu LTS release will start, and this time around application development will be a prominent topic. So for all of you interested in helping and being part of the effort of making Ubuntu a platform of choice […]

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Goodbye And Thanks For All the Apps: Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 5 And Wrap-Up

Another edition of the Ubuntu App Developer Week and another amazing knowledge sharing fest around everything related to application development in Ubuntu. Brought to you by a range of the best experts in the field, here’s just a sample of the topics they talked about: App Developer Strategy, Bazaar, Bazaar Explorer, Launchpad, Python, Internationalization, Launchpad […]

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All Good Things Come To An End: Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 4

Ubuntu App Developer Week – Day 4 Summary Last day of UADW! While we’re watching the final sessions, here’s what happened yesterday: Creating an App Developer Website: developer.ubuntu.com By John Oxton and David Planella Creating the concept and implementing a site for app developers is no easy task. The Ubuntu App Developer site is meant […]

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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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