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  • "Latest Qt News"

    Title: Latest Qt News by Marcel Schuette (Nokia Qt Software) 26.3. Helsinki, Finland
    Location: Flander, Itämerenkatu 5, Helsinki, Finland
    Date: Thu 26.03.2009 at 8:30AM
    Duration: 2 h

    Flander will organize in co-operation with Nokia Qt Software a free morning session for Qt developers in Helsinki, Finland to view the latest news of Qt.

    This session will give an overview about the features of Qt, the benefits of cross-platform development and development tools, which come along with Qt. We will view the Qt roadmap e.g. what is new in Qt 4.5. There will be also a practical part, which shows, how to program with Qt.

    Marcel Schuette is working as a Professional Services Engineer in the Nokia Qt Software (formerly known as Trolltech) office in Munich. As a Service Engineer, he is working on customer projects, workshops and product training.

    Flander (www.flander.com) has a record of continuous growth spanning over 10 years in the field of software development and testing. We are experts in the mobile, embedded and complex applications and system fields, having a distinguished track record in delivering world class solutions to global companies like Nokia, Symbian, SonyEricsson, Motorola, Sandvik, Google and Vaisala. With 11 offices across Finland, Sweden and China, we employ over 500 professionals.

    For additional information please contact Mia Ryynänen, Flander Ltd., Tel. +358(0)400985568, mia.ryynanen@flander.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .
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