Starting at 1400 UTC today, and continuing all week long, we will be hosting a series of online classes covering many aspects of Ubuntu application development. We have experts both from Canonical and our always amazing community who will be discussing the Ubuntu SDK, QML and HTML5 development, as well as the new Click packaging and app store.
You can find the full schedule here: http://summit.ubuntu.com/appdevweek-1403/
We’re using a new format for this year’s app developer week. As you can tell from the link above, we’re using the Summit website. It will work much like the virtual UDS, where each session will have a page containing an embedded YouTube video that will stream the presenter’s hangout, an embedded IRC chat window that will log you into the correct channel, and an Etherpad document where the presenter can post code examples, notes, or any other text.
Use the chatroom like you would an Ubuntu On Air session, start your questions with “QUESTION:” and wait for the presenter to get to it. After the session is over, the recorded video will be available on that page for you to replay later. If you register yourself as attending on the website (requires a Launchpad profile), you can mark yourself as attending those sessions you are interested in, and Summit can then give you a personalize schedule as well as an ical feed you can subscribe to in your calendar.
If you want to use the embedded Etherpad, make sure you’re a member of https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-etherpad
That’s it! Enjoy the session, ask good questions, help others when you can, and happy hacking.