Iris Yamashita

Missed the Qt World Summit 2016 sessions?

Published Tuesday February 7th, 2017
3 Comments on Missed the Qt World Summit 2016 sessions?
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The Qt World Summit 2016 sessions recordings are now available on-demand! Whether you had the chance to see us at #QtWS16 live last year or missed us, you can watch experts covering everything from the Future of technology, HMI strategy planning and project management to deep dives into user experience design for software engineers and much more.

There was a lot happening on-stage by a myriad of speakers including Qt company experts, industry leaders, and our more than capable partners–and you can relive those moments.

Recommended categories:

  • Keynotes – watch how we kick-started #QtWS16!
  • Deep tech and UI/UX – get the tips & tricks from the Qt experts
  • Built with Qt – check out the buzz around Qt in the industry

So pull up a chair, grab a beverage and enjoy the show!

And in case you missed it, see what #QtWS16 attendees from Ubuntu, Tableau, and LG had taken away about Qt:

To stay tuned for Qt World Summit 2017 updates, subscribe for the newsletter at http://www.qtworldsummit.com.

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3 comments

Roland Wolf says:

Thank you, I found several great talks. I was missing the talk of Andrew Knight https://conf.qtcon.org/en/qtcon/public/events/428
Do you have any video or slides you can add?

Iris Iris says:

Thanks for your interest, Roland! The Qt Contributors’ Summit is another event but I have chased down Andrew Knight and he mentioned that there will be content shared related to the talk he did last year at QtCon. We’ll keep you posted!

Iris Iris says:

Hi Roland- Thanks for your interest! Andrew Knight’s presentation is not public, but there will be something related posted soon. We’ll keep you posted.
Iris

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