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    by Published on 19th September 2013 11:02
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    2. Qt,
    3. KDAB


    Here is the official press release for this years Qt Developer Days taking place in Berlin, between the 7th and 9th October.

    „Developer Days“ bring the international programmer scene to Berlin

    This industry leading event to be held on October 7-9, informs about the latest IT-applications for consumers and industry / Special „Starters Edition“ displays the application possibilities for Qt users.

    Berlin, 18th of September 2013; The Skype telephone software, the Spotify music streaming service and the ESA (European Space Agency) simulation software – so different from each other, nevertheless with a combined crutial component: They were all created with the help of the Qt library class, along with thousands of well-known computer and engineering applications. Qt is a world rapidly evolving leader as a cross-platform toolbox for programming graphical user interfaces. The latest applications and its uses will be presented at the „Developer Days“ at Café Moskau and Umspannwerk am Alexanderplatz during the 7th-9th October in Berlin. Over 700 programmers, IT administrators, developers and decision makers from all around the world will participate in the event. A special „Starters Edition“ offers the fascinating insights to Qt world for the newcomers and the not so experienced ones.

    The „Developer Days“ from the 7-9th of October last for three days and are mainly focused on experienced Qt users to introduce them to the latest innovations and applications for platforms, hardware, 3D and design and development. This is why, the „Starters Edition“ is specially focused on new and inexperienced users. The „Starters Edition“ last for two days and is primarly intended for decision makers, developers and company managers that consider Qt applications, but haven‘t found yet the most suitable for them. Special introductions to Qt Quick, widgets, Qt for Android or iOS are also part of the program.

    For more information about the programm and registration, please visit:

    by Published on 17th September 2012 08:27

    Brought to you by KDAB in cooperation with ICS and KDE e.V., this 3 day event will have a terrific agenda of lectures, presentations, trainings and labs, focusing ...
    by Published on 19th June 2012 19:36
    1. Categories:
    2. ICS

    New Qt Clients Allow Easy Integration with Google Services Through Qt

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    by Published on 16th January 2012 15:59
    1. Categories:
    2. ICS

    This week brings a few new Qt resources to the ICS website:

    by Published on 15th October 2011 12:59

    It was just a few days ago when we learned about the death of Steve Jobs, now we hear about passing away of another great figure of computer science and IT world.

    Dennis Ritchie had great impact on computers as we know them today. The co-creator of the original Unix and, what is probably even more important for all Qt programmers all over the world, the person behind the C language, probably the first programming language learned by many of us and the direct ancestor to C++.

    Qt Centre community offers its condolences to everybody who knew him.
    by Published on 6th October 2011 10:01

    This morning, the founder of Apple, and a great person in the still young computer industry, Steve Jobs, passed away. It is with sadness that we realize that one of the biggest innovator of our time has passed away. He always raised the bar and produced beyond our expectations.

    Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything - all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure - these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.
    - Steve P. Jobs, Stanford, 2005

    Memories, stories and more from our community.
    by Published on 4th May 2011 10:15
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    2. Qt

    Today Qt SDK 1.1 has been released. It is a complete environment offering a single Qt SDK for targetting all Qt's platforms, both desktop and mobile. It also introduces Qt Quick development kit and ability to publish Qt based applications in Ovi Store.
    by Published on 8th March 2011 16:12
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    2. ICS

    ICS Announces Commercial Grade Support Service for the Qt Framework
    Nokia’s Move to Spin Out Licensing and ...
    by Published on 25th November 2010 11:09
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    2. froglogic

    Hamburg, Germany—2010/11/25 froglogic GmbH today announced that the forthcoming Squish 4.1 release will include dedicated support for the automated GUI testing of MeeGo applications.

    MeeGo is a Linux-based open source mobile operating system primarily targeted at mobile devices and information appliances in the consumer electronics market. MeeGo is the operating system used by many of Nokia's next generation of smartphones.

    MeeGo's user interface is based on Nokia's Qt and QML technologies. QML is a JavaScript-based, declarative language for designing user interface-centric applications. QML is particularly well suited to the creation of modern dynamic interfaces for mobile applications on MeeGo.
    by Published on 29th September 2010 12:21  Number of Views: 17935 
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    2. froglogic

    Hamburg, Germany—2010-09-29 froglogic GmbH today announced support for automated testing of Qt GUI applications based on the new Qt 4.7 release. ...
    by Published on 21st September 2010 09:55
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    2. froglogic

    Is increased complexity putting ever more strain on your Qt Software development and Quality Assurance Teams? Has time-to-market pressure forced you to cut some corners? Has late detection of bugs delayed your release or were significant bugs not detected until your software was already in the hands of your customers? Does multi-platform deployment of your Qt Software keep you up at nights?

    Test Automation using a tool like Squish can help your organization deal with such challenges and free up your limited human resources to focus on higher level tasks. froglogic invites you to stop by for a demonstration of how we can help you move beyond time consuming and error-prone manual testing of Qt applications and why a commercially supported offering might be better than internally developed solutions.
    Published on 17th September 2010 17:10
    1. Categories:
    2. Qt Centre,
    3. 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!

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