Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week Kicks Off In An Hour

Just a quick note to let you all know that Ubuntu Opportunistic Developer Week kicks off in an hour!

Here is the order of events for today:

  • 4pm UTC – Welcome! Ubuntu For Opportunistic Developers – Jono Bacon
  • 5pm UTC – CouchDB support in your app with DesktopCouch – Stuart Langridge
  • 6pm UTC – Creating an application from scratch with Quickly – Rick Spencer
  • 7pm UTC – Building in Application Indicator support – Sense Hofstede
  • 8pm UTC – Integrated development workflow with Ground Control – Martin Owens
  • 9pm UTC onwards – Hacking parts in #ubuntu-app-devel on freenode! Come and join us, work on your apps, ask questions and have fun in our community. :-)

It is recommended that you enjoy the week in Lernid. You can find out more details of how to install Lernid right here. Don’t want to use Lernid? No worries, just pop over to #ubuntu-classroom and #ubuntu-classroom-chat to join in the fun.

  • Michael Davies

    I have a couple of questions:

    What is the format of the lesson, will video lectures be performed?

    Is the information from these session being archived and accessible after the live event. If so, where would I find this?

  • http://wiki.steenbe.nl Onno Steenbergen

    Looking forward to it, although I have no clue what to develop, so hopefully the introduction speech will give me some ideas

  • http://qense.nl/indicator-application-ppa-for-karmic-this-evening-uodw-session-on-appind Indicator Application PPA for Karmic, this evening UODW session on AppInd (Qense's blog)

    […] provide the PPA just to please those poor Karmic users. As you may already have seen in Jono’s blog post containing today’s UODW schedule — complete schedule at the wiki — I’ll be […]

  • Tom

    Hey Jono,

    I love the opportunistic idea and breaking down barriers that only get in the way. One question: With new Gnome-centric languages emerging do you think that eventually something like Genie might get more traction. With more and more low powered mobile devices a compiled language might have future. Maybe you and Stu could discuss Genie/Vala in a shot?

  • Tom

    I have to remove the links to the Gnome Genie website and to the Genie wikipedia page or my comment wouldn’t appear. Your spam filter is evil 😛

  • Pete

    Any chance you could add the slides to the UbuntuOpportunisticDeveloperWeek wiki page?

    In particular, the CouchDB session..


  • https://launchpad.net/~brunogirin Bruno Girin