Ubuntu Developer Week Starting Soon!

Each cycle, the Ubuntu Classroom team holds an event called the Ubuntu Developer Week. Here, you can be part of different workshops, where you will be able to learn about the different tools and processes in the Ubuntu Community, in respect of Development.

This cycle, the Ubuntu Developer Week will be held from Tuesday, January the 29th to Thursday, January the 31st, which is exactly a week from now. Sessions will include an introduction to Ubuntu Development and to patch systems, workshops on working with upstreams, writing applications, finding memory leaks and testing, and some explanations about the App Review process. It will all finish with a Developers Roundtable, where you will be able to hear experiences from other people, as well as sharing your own experiences. More information about the event and the full schedule can be found here.

Sessions will start at 15:00 UTC, and finish at 20:00 UTC. You can check the event timing on your local time zone here.

All classes will be given on #ubuntu-classroom on irc.freenode.net, and discussions and questions will take place on #ubuntu-classroom-chat on irc.freenode.net. If you have any questions, please make sure to prefix it with the word ‘QUESTION:’ (in capitals and without quotes) for the bot to take it.

If you think anyone may be interested on the event, make sure to share the links, and we’ll see you there!

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