The following podcast episode was recorded during the ROSCON 2019 in Macau.
Today we are going to talk with a couple of people that work a Canonical, you know, the company behind the development of Ubuntu.
But before going into that, let me remind you about our ROS online academy. Yes, at the Construct we have created an online academy named The Robot Ignite Academy which contains a ROS learning path for beginners. We start by teaching you Linux and Python for robotics, and we continue teaching you all the basic ROS concepts required to become a master of ROS. We conclude with a course that teaches you how to build your own robot and how to ROSify it, add ROS control to it so you can finally become a ROS Developer.
So now, it is my pleasure to introduce you Jeremy Deray and Dragan Stancevic, two guys from Canonical that are attending here to the ROSCON
Jeremie is a software developer at robotics team of Canonical, ROS developer with several years experience building ROS software for humanoid robots, and Dragan is robotics security engineer at Canonical, responsive for securing ROS.
By the way, Canonical is the company behind Ubuntu!
Welcome to the podcast Jeremie and Dragan!
Ubuntu has “low latency” kernel that should work for a lot of people who think they need real-time. So a lot of people probably wouldn’t need to recompile the kernel unless they would need hard real-time.
- Follow Jérémie Deray on LinkedIn
- Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu
- Ubuntu Linux system
- Ubuntu snaps
- ROS applications with snaps
- Ubuntu Extended Security Maintenance
- Ubuntu Long Term Support
- ROS teleop tools for ROS 2 developed by Canonical team
- Martin Wimpress is the new ubuntu desktop director
- ROS 2 CLI cheat sheet
- Ubuntu‘s Robotics team blog
- Here is a curated selection of posts:
- The Robot Ignite Academy, our online academy that teaches you ROS in 5 days using simulations
- The ROS Development Studio, our online platform to program ROS online only with a browser
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- ROS Developers Podcast on Spotify