Alejandra Obregon

6 posts by Alejandra Obregon

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Designing cloud tools in Cape Town

By Alejandra Obregon on 25 January 2016

Our cloud design team has just returned from a trip to Cape Town for our mid-cycle sprint. We have the luxury of being collocated in London and working closely throughout the whole year, but these sprints give us an invaluable opportunity…

Our cloud design team has just returned from a trip to Cape Town for our mid-cycle sprint. We have the luxury of being collocated in London and working closely throughout the whole year, but these sprints give us an invaluable opportunity…

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What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas…

By Alejandra Obregon on 9 May 2014

Last week a few of us flew to Las Vegas for a Juju sprint at the world-famous Flamingo casino (where Hunter S. Thompson stayed in Fear and Loathing). It was the first time in Las Vegas for most of us so we weren’t quite sure what to…

Last week a few of us flew to Las Vegas for a Juju sprint at the world-famous Flamingo casino (where Hunter S. Thompson stayed in Fear and Loathing). It was the first time in Las Vegas for most of us so we weren’t quite sure what to…

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Ubuntu.com update

By Alejandra Obregon on 13 May 2013

I’d like to give an update on upcoming plans for Ubuntu.com and to respond to recent concerns about the positioning of the community within the website. Earlier in the year we worked on an evolution of Ubuntu.com to reflect the…

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Participate in research

By Alejandra Obregon on 27 November 2010

Are you a developer or systems administrator that uses Ubuntu at work and/or at home? We’re looking for people who might be available to help us on a current research project in London on the 3rd and 10th December. If this…

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Why do you use Ubuntu?

By Alejandra Obregon on 2 September 2010

We’ve been looking at making developments to the Ubuntu website that explore and highlight the reasons for using Ubuntu above and beyond the features of the products. One idea we had was to invite community members and Ubuntu users…

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New Ubuntu and Canonical sites

By Alejandra Obregon on 26 May 2010

The new Ubuntu and Canonical sites went live today. As well as the visual refresh to include the new brand, the objective was to bring the sites up-to-date and provide a framework for them to evolve.