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Igor Ljubuncic
5 July 2022

Behind open DORS – Conference organizers share their thoughts on Canonical, Ubuntu, snaps, and open-source

Ubuntu Article

A Linux conference almost as old as Linux itself. In mid-May, DORS/CLUC hosted its 29th event at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing in Zagreb, Croatia. With a long history of participation and contribution to open source communities, Canonical was one of the sponsors at the conference, with a busy schedule that included a ...

Tytus Kurek
14 June 2022

Composable infrastructure, sustainable computing and more: OIS 2022 highlights

Cloud and server Article

OIS 2022 is over, but the OpenInfra community stays tuned for the next OpenInfra Summit, taking place in Vancouver in 2023! This year’s summit in Berlin offered a lot of insightful keynotes and technical sessions. Speakers discussed the most recent trends in the industry, including composable infrastructure and sustainable computing, and ...

Igor Ljubuncic
6 May 2022

Linux Application Summit 2022 – And there we were all in one place …

Ubuntu Article

In the last two days of April, the small, picturesque town of Rovereto in northern Italy was the location of this year’s Linux Application Summit (LAS). After a virtual-only experience during the pandemic, the LAS returned with a physical presence, and so did we. Canonical has long recognized the value and importance of LAS as ...

8 February 2021

Open source, teamwork and mental health: my FOSDEM 2021

Ubuntu Article

For the past 4 years I have participated in FOSDEM, a conference about free and open source software for developers. I love this event. It’s a welcome opportunity to see friends, watch great talks and drink excellent Belgium beer. Unfortunately, this year it was a remote event. The event was managed via matrix, a decentralized ...

9 December 2019

Canonical sponsors WSLConf at Microsoft HQ

Cloud and server Article

Canonical is announcing today it will be a featured sponsor of WSLConf, the first conference dedicated to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) platform. WSLConf is scheduled for March 10th-11th, 2020 and is being held on the campus of Microsoft’s headquarters in Redmond, Washington. The conference brings together developers, start-up fou ...

Kit Randel
9 August 2018

Conference Report: Fullstack 2018 London

Cloud and server Notes

I recently attended Fullstack 2018, “The Conference on JavaScript, Node & Internet of Things” with my colleagues from the Canonical Web Team in London. Fullstack attempts to cover the full spectrum of the JS ecosystem – frontend, backend, IoT, machine learning and a number of other topics. While I attended a broad range of talks, ...

Grazina Borosko
30 June 2016

Design festival OFFF – “Let’s Feed the Future”

Ubuntu Featured

Every year since 2001, creatives from different design disciplines meet and share their ideas and innovations about digital, interaction and print design in the design festival called OFFF. This festival was previously held in different countries, but has now found its home in Barcelona at the Design Museum. For three days the festival wa ...

Andrea Bernabei
17 June 2016

QtDay 2016: Developing Ubuntu convergent apps with Qt

Ubuntu Development

QtDay is the only Italian event dedicated to Qt. It is held yearly by Develer and brings together company products that are developed using Qt, as well as Qt developers and customers who want the latest developments and solutions in the Qt world. This year the conference was held in Florence, where I was lucky ...

Robin Winslow
7 October 2015

Keynotes from my first PyCon – friendly and inspiring

Ubuntu Featured

Last weekend I went to my first Pycon, my second conference in a fortnight. The conference runs from Friday to Monday, with 3 days of talks followed by one day of “sprints”, which is basically a hack day. PyCon has a code of conduct to discourage any form of othering: Happily, PyCon UK is a ...

Robin Winslow
7 October 2015

Python learnings from PyCon

Ubuntu Featured

The weekend before last, I went to PyCon UK 2015. I already wrote about the keynotes, which were more abstract. Here I’m going to talk about the other talks I saw, which were generally more technical or at least had more to do with Python. Summary The talks I saw covered a whole range of ...