26TH Open Systems Days
Croatian Linux Users’ Conference
FER, Zagreb, Croatia
In recent years, distribution-agnostic packaging formats have become more popular, finding audience side by side with the classic repositories. Users can often see immediate advantages to using their software plug-n-play style, but developers and system administrators may be more hesitant. The big question is, how does it all work?
This workshop unveils the magic behind snaps - confined, standalone Linux applications bundled with all the necessary dependencies to run independently. It covers the fundamentals like snap service, snap file format, and Snap Store, but also goes into details on how to package and distribute software with snapcraft, from desktop to cloud.
- Attendees should bring their own laptops - with a flavor of Linux installed.
- There will be no power outlets available so please charge your laptop
- Duration: 2 hours
Igor Ljubuncic is a physicist by vocation and a Linux geek by profession. He currently works as a developer advocate, and comes with many years of experience in the industry, including medical, high-performance computing, data center, cloud, and hosting fields. To date, Igor’s portfolio includes 15 patents, 15 books, several open-source projects, numerous articles published in leading journals and magazines, and presentations at prestigious international conferences like LinuxCon, CloudOpen, OpenStack days, IEEE events, and others. In his free time, Igor writes car reviews, fantasy novels and manages his award-winning blog, dedoimedo.com.