Anca Cioaca

Qt World Summit 2016 | Be there. Be Qt.

Published Tuesday February 9th, 2016
3 Comments on Qt World Summit 2016 | Be there. Be Qt.
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Events, Qt Developer Days, Qt World Summit

Some say 13 is an unlucky number, but in this case we think the luck is with us. The 13th  annual Qt event will be located at a fantastic venue on the shorefront of San Francisco this October. Last year’s event concluded with great reviews from the technology business managers and developers who joined us in Berlin from all over the world. (Watch QtWS15 recap here.)

We will continue to offer such excellence and inspiration at Qt World Summit 2016 on October 18-20 with leading technology innovators, industry experts, startups, and device creators sharing their insight on the future of cross-platform application development and device creation. We’ll have keynotes and sessions covering everything from technology strategy and product lifecycle management to in-depth technical talks on new APIs, best practices, training and live coding.

Mark your calendars and be sure to stay informed by signing up for the latest event updates about special early bird promotions, speaker announcements and the like.

So wherever you are in the world, we hope you’ll plan to join us in San Francisco for Qt World Summit 2016.

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Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Events, Qt Developer Days, Qt World Summit

3 comments

ekke ekke says:

just started with Qt 5.6 for Android and iOS and am impressed by the new qt.labs.controls
from now on it really makes sense to dev mobile apps with Qt
would like to talk about my experiences and also to develop conference app

Anca Cioaca Anca Cioaca says:

Hi Ekke, thanks for your feedback. We’re excited and grateful that you want to support us once again with the conference app. We’ll reach out to you shortly.

ekke ekke says:

my goal is to demonstrate great new UI and Navigation with qt.labs.controls and how performant a mobile Qt app can run.
Also working on recipes HowTo “move” architecture and code from existing BlackBerry 10 Cascades Apps to Qt 5.6+ to provide native cross platform apps.
Thanks to upcoming new announced licensing / pricing for startups and independent devs next months will be the right time for devs to step into Qt.

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