Qt World Summit 2017 is now exactly a month away. Time to get prepared for the event.
If you haven’t yet gotten your tickets, now it is time to visit the registration site.
This year we will have seven incredible tracks of talks ranging from automation to deep dive tech talks.
KDAB is hosting the Qt Training day. The topics range from introductory courses on Qt and QML to more complex topics like modern OpenGL and C++14 and C++17. ICS is joining the Qt Training Day with a training on user experience design for embedded devices.
Don’t forget Contributors’ Days at the beginning of the event. While it is aimed at people contributing code, documentation or their time to the Qt project, it is a fun event for anyone who is deep in Qt coding. The chance to follow core developers present their views on the inner working of Qt and the discussions arising from the talks are definitely worth hearing.
To attend the Contributors’ Days for free, you can use this link to unlock the free Contributors’ Days pass.
No matter which part you’ll be attending, I’m looking forward to seeing you all in Berlin!