It seems to be almost a tradition that shortly before Christmas, I post this message… “Qt Developer Days videos are online! Many treasures are inside”. This year is different in many ways… First, we used modern, broadcast grade video equipment and the content is in 720p HD format. All this means a much better video […]Read More
A post about new developer guides has been on the on the Qt Blog for a few weeks. We’ve made a small, but interesting update and we thought we should drop some lines about it. Just a few weeks ago we published two new developer guides. They are targeted toward those just starting out with […]Read More
In the year 2009 we started to spend dedicated effort in recording of Qt Developer Days and got very positive responses from Qt users. Surprisingly, even archived records from the years 2005-2008 found a large audience. People even voted against removing old videos! Sure, we will not do this! As some of you maybe noted […]Read More
We just got a few new things on our web which might be of interest you. In cooperation with KDAB and ICS we’ve recorded two modules of the Qt Essentials training and have posted them as videos. Well, unlike most of postings here, this is not a cutting edge stuff at all 🙂 , but […]Read More
27 technical talks from Qt Developer Days 2005, 2006, 2008 are online. A lot of interesting stuff to enjoy!
We put some extra effort into recovering and publishing old recordings from Qt Developer Days. Now I’m proud we did this and believe it was definitely worth it! There are many really valuable presentations given by Qt experts that cover many areas of Qt which are still valid today and will probably remain valid for […]Read More
Qt Learning is a relatively new area of our activities to help new Qt users and make current ones more knowledgeable. In the summer we’ve conducted a specialized survey about learning Qt. One of the most interesting facts in the survey results was a list of areas of Qt with most learning needs. The top […]Read More