See the full post here ➡️ https://ubuntu.com//blog/design-and-web-team-summary-3-december-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
Hi! My name is Peter and I’m a Senior Web Engineer on the Web Team.
I worked on new features for the Ubuntu Advantage Web UI and improvements in continuous integration pipelines, testing and accessibility. Recently I joined the App Tribe – the team responsible for the MAAS UI.
I joined Canonical only a few months ago but I’m a proud owner of a launchpad account that’s almost 18 years old now. Inspired by Ubuntu values, I contributed to UI localisation even before coding became my full time job.
I’m high in openness and low in extraversion. This could explain why after getting a degree in musical theatre I decided to hide behind a screen and start coding full time. I still do work on music in my spare time, and in between try to write on my blog makowski.uk (not as frequently as I’d like to though).
We were busy this iteration with a few different pages being released onto the site. One of which is for Smart CIty which talks about incorporating IOT into urban environments. You see more of it at ubuntu.com/internet-of-things/smart-city.
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