See the full post here ➡️ https://ubuntu.com//blog/design-and-web-team-summary-22-october-2021
The Web and design team at Canonical run two-week iterations building and maintaining all of the Canonical websites and product web interfaces. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration.
Meet the team
My name is Albert, I’ve been working at Canonical for little longer than a year. As a developer I am very proud to be working here, because I’ve alway used a Linux based operating system while developing, and Ubuntu is my favourite distribution.
It’s the first place I got to work in an Open-Source environment. It’s a very different mentality. Everyone can see what you are coding and many times my Git commits feel like a contribution to the community rather than just another bug fix, and it’s very rewarding.
We have a lot of projects that use all kinds of technologies, and there is always the option to contribute to whichever your heart desires to explore. You feel like a child in a toy store.
Outside of work hours, I like to practice martial arts, play chess and eat the best food I can find in London. The rest of my time is usually spent on the internet like a true millennial.
In this iteration we finished up most of our work on our inclusive naming initiative and finished deploying a github action to catch any more inclusive language
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