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

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 expect…

And while there were plenty of distractions within reach at any stage…




…we managed to get through a large amount of work!




The focus of the sprint was to explore ideas and define specs for work we will be delivering in the next six months. Amongst other things we covered topics such as:

  • A new search and browse experience for charms and bundles
  • The best way to prioritise and present information to help users to assess and select charms and bundles. For this we employed a mobile-first methodology. Carla will be writing more about this in an upcoming post
  • How to improve the juju service block
  • Lots of other exciting features we should be able to unveil soon!

So by the end of the sprint we felt a little bit more like this…

If you want to find out more about Juju visit Ubuntu.com

Or have a play with Juju itself! Juju is the quickest way to deploy services to any cloud running Ubuntu.

We are currently hiring designers, UX consultants and engineers to work on Juju. Maybe you could come along to Vegas next time!

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