• Qt Centre

    Published on 17th September 2010 18:10
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre,
    2. Qt

    Nokia will be holding the 7th annual Qt Developer Days events this year in Munich (Oct. 11-13) and San Francisco (Nov. 1-3) and would like very much for you to come!

    This years event will feature:
    • Over 50 technical sessions, many given by the developers of Qt
    • On-site Tech Lab where I will get dedicated time with an experience Qt engineer.
    • In-depth sessions on Qt 4.7 and Qt Quick, the new UI creation tool.
    • An opportunity to learn and share experiences and ideas with other Qt developers and meet our Qt partners.
    • Insights into Qt’s development and future roadmap.

    As a special bonus to all our online friends at qtcentre.org, we are offering an additional discount of €/$ 50 off the already reduced registration fee if you book before September 29. This means that the community discount plus the early bird discount brings the total price to €/$449 for the three day event (which includes training) or €/$349 for the two day conference.

    To take advantage of this deal, simply enter the promo code DDWEB when registering for the event.

    Hope to see you at Qt Developer Days!

    by Published on 18th May 2010 13:29
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre,
    2. Qt

    Nokia Qt Development Frameworks and QtCentre are happy to announce a prize draw.

    Those of you who enter the Nokia Certified Qt Developer program before June 30th 2010 can win a Nokia N97 mini. Nokia Certified Qt Developer is the official accreditation for individual developers and will help you increase your credibility in your work environment and help advance your carrer.

    To enter the contest, visit the Nokia Certified Qt Developer program at http://qt.nokia.com/developer/learning/certification. Then book an examination online. Exams can be taken in thousands of test centres in cities all over the world. Use the code qtcert03 when signing up for your exam to take part in the draw for an N97 mini. Remember, you have to take the test before 30th June!

    Published on 12th April 2010 17:00
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre,
    2. Qt

    Nokia has launched the beta version of its developer recognition program, Qt Ambassador, exclusively on QtCentre.org. The Qt Ambassador Program is membership-only program that honors Qt developers and their projects. All developers around the world who create products and projects with Qt are eligible to apply. Membership to the Qt Ambassador Program is free and based on your outstanding and innovative Qt projects.

    Learn more about the Qt Ambassador Program and apply here: http://qt.nokia.com/qtambassador
    by Published on 5th January 2008 12:09
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    Two years ago the QtCentre site was launched. The goal was to provide the leading forum on the internet, encouraging the exchange of experience and to provide a meeting point to the Qt community. The response to this has been beyond our wildest expectations - all thanks to all our visitors and contributors.
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    by Published on 6th December 2007 21:00
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    We are happy to announce that J-P Nurmi (jpn) and Marcel Nita (marcel) were promoted to Super Moderators at Qt Centre forum. Also upon request from Uwe Rathmann (Uwe) a new section devoted to Qwt was created and Uwe became its moderator.
    Published on 5th January 2007 11:00
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    First anniversary of QtCentre

    Exactly one year ago – on Jan 5, 2006 – QtCentre.org was announced to public. Throughout this year we've been doing our best to provide you with the best possible place to share your knowledge related to Qt through the forum and wiki and we intend to continue doing that. Happy birthday QtCentre!
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    by Published on 13th July 2006 11:58
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    For some reason our server thinks that today is 16th October 2005, so we are experiencing problems with Joomla and vBulletin. Hopefully the correct time will be restored soon and everything will go back to normal.

    Update: It seems that everything is OK now, but few threads got scrambled.
    Published on 5th July 2006 11:57
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    Half a year ago a new Qt oriented website was born — QtCentre, the Ultimate Qt Community site. The reason for establishing QtCentre was to give the Qt community a new top notch, working and helpful place to share and seek knowledge and experience related to Qt.
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    by Published on 29th June 2006 22:49
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre
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    We have prepared few banners that you can place on your own websites to promote Qt Centre. Also we will be very happy if you send us your own designs. We will choose the best ones and place them here too.
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    by Published on 16th May 2006 01:35
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    Starting from yesterday afternoon we were experiencing database problems caused by stale database connections which resulted in Denial of Service.

    The site was unresponsive for few hours around midnight until, after heavy brainstorming from your favourite admins and heroic rescue (or rather assault) mission, the order has been restored and the Light Side of the Force has once again triumphed. From now on until the World ends minstrels will sing songs about your favourite admins who saved the day (again).
    by Published on 26th April 2006 01:11
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    Today QtCentre user database was prunned which resulted in removing several accounts which were not confirmed by using a link from an activation email and have not been active since January.
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    by Published on 14th March 2006 20:21
    Categories:
    1. Qt Centre

    Today I got issue 17 of Qt Quarterly. There is a paragraph about QtCentre.org on the last page. It mentions QtCentre.org ...
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