Ubuntu Music App behind the scenes

Ubuntu community devs Andrew Hayzen and Victor Thompson chat with lead designer Jouni Helminen. Andrew and Victor have been working in open source projects for a couple of years and have done a great job on the Music application that is now rolling out on phone, tablet and desktop. In this chat they are sharing their thoughts on open source, QML, app development, and tips on how to get started contributing and developing apps.

If you want to start writing apps for Ubuntu, it’s easy. Check out http://developer.ubuntu.com, get involved on Google+ Ubuntu App Dev – https://plus.google.com/communities/1… – or contact alan.pope@canonical.com – you are in good hands!

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