At the OpenStack summit last month we caught up with Ubuntu and Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth.
Below is a quick snippet taken from our chat with Mark where he talks about the Dell XPS 13 developer edition aka Project Sputnik. Mark dubs the system “freakin’ awesome” and the “environment of choice for anyone doing web or cloud development.” 🙂
Laptop Week Review: The Dell XPS 13 Developers Edition With Ubuntu – TechCrunch
It just works: Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition Linux Ultrabook review – Ars Technica
Last week, during the OpenStack Summit that was held in Portland, Oregon, a 55 year-old soviet satellite was spotted a various indoor locations. Rumor has it that the satellite was named after a project at Dell to create a developer client-to-cloud platform.
Sputnik satellite streaks through warehouse where Mirantis/Dell party is held during OpenStack summit.
Sputnik satellite spotted hovering above Dell booth on the expo floor at the OpenStack summit.
Last week Dell’s cloud group was out in force at the OpenStack Summit in Portland, Oregon. Its amazing to see how the event has grown since the first design summit back in July of 2010.
I got to catch up with a bunch of people, and attend a few sessions and some parties. I also got to spend a fair amount of time in our booth and was impressed by the amount of interest we had in the XPS 13 developer edition.
Near the end of the first day I joined John Furrier and Jeff Frick in the Cube for a chat. We talked about the growth of OpenStack, DevOps and Project Sputnik.