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Juju 2.3 is under heavy development, and one thing we all want when we're working on the next big release of our software product is to get feedback from users. Take a look at how we're leveraging the power of snaps!

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Canonical's IS team took our #Kubernetes distribution for a spin. Here are their findings!

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The industrial internet of things market (IIoT) is estimated to reach US$ 195.47bn by 2022 according to Markets and Markets. A number of companies in this sector recognise the need to modernise their operations – DE.OL, an Italian company who design and manufacture hydraulic cylinders are one of these. Working with TechnoSec, an Italian IIoT start up specialising in M2M technologies, and Ubuntu, DE.OL were able to transition to a smart factory. Read our case study to see how we made it possible.

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Take the journey from prototype to production at our upcoming #robotics webinar! http://bit.ly/2vd7m7o
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Canonical's #OpenStack product manager Mark Baker thinks service modelling is the best way to avoid a #StuckStack. Find out why in his latest blog! http://bit.ly/2vzdPK1
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Here's the latest development summary from the Kernel team at Canonical

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Join the #JujuCharms team for this week's 🔴LIVE🔴 episode of The Juju Show!

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According to 53% of IoT professionals, achieving ROI is their biggest challenge. Find out more in our new 'Defining IoT Business Models' report launched today. http://bit.ly/2tGIEes
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The Not Hotdog app may have started as a joke on the HBO show Silicon Valley, but it was released as a fully functioning iPhone & Android app that uses machine learning to detect whether objects are hot dogs or not! Find out how the developers used #Kubernetes, #Ubuntu, TensorFlow, Keras, and React Native to bring this app to life! 🌭

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Earlier this month Hiri launched a snap, making their application very easy for Linux users to install. We talked to Dave Power, co-founder of Hiri, to understand how this journey was and the value of snaps for his business. http://bit.ly/2vyMFTB
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