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Tero Kojo

Back home after Qt Contributors’ Summit 2015

Published Monday June 15th, 2015
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It was a great weekend in Oslo, 5-7th June! Over a hundred Qt contributors gathered right next door to The Qt Company offices to talk about the current state and future of Qt. The Friday pre-event drew a good crowd, who met up at The Qt Company offices. As the weather was nice, we went out

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Anca Cioaca

Take 10 minutes to tell them why you love Qt…please.

Published Thursday May 7th, 2015
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Fancy a new toy like an iPhone 6, an Apple Sports Watch, an Oculus Rift Dev Kit or other cool gadgets? Now that I have caught your attention, we invite you to check this out: VisionMobile is conducting their 2015 Developer Skills Census, and would like to hear your thoughts about the latest developer trends

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Tero Kojo

The Trolls invite you to Oslo

Published Thursday January 29th, 2015
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The Qt Contributors’ Summit 2015 now has a date, the weekend of 6-7th June 2015. The event is aimed at people who contribute to Qt in any way; code, documentation, bug reports, support on the forums, wiki editing, articles on the web, Youtube videos. In short anyone who contributes to the Qt community is welcome. This

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Tero Kojo

Two more Qt Champions for 2014

Published Monday December 22nd, 2014
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The year is coming to an end, but Qt Champions continue to make Qt better for everyone! I’d like to welcome two more Qt Champions for 2014, Robin Burchell and Dyami Caliri! Dyami is a professional Qt developer, but has started contributing to Qt itself very actively in 2014, and thus will be awarded the Qt

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Tero Kojo

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2014 sum up

Published Saturday July 5th, 2014
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It’s almost a month since we gathered at the Estrel Conference Center to spend two days talking about Qt, where it is and where it’s heading. The Summit started off with Lars Knoll giving the state of the project speech, which included status updates from various maintainers. The whole opening session can be watched on

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Tero Kojo

Remember to register for a Qt Contributors’ Summit invite

Published Tuesday April 29th, 2014
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Hey, Have you contributed to Qt in any way during the past year? Do you want to impact the future of Qt? If yes, then it’s time to request an invite to Qt Contributors’ Summit. The event will be in Berlin, June 10-11th. It’s a meeting for Qt contributors and developers. A time to look at

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Tero Kojo

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2014 – Save the date

Published Tuesday February 25th, 2014
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We are happy to announce that the Qt Contributors’ Summit will be held in Berlin on June 10-11. The Summit will loosely follow an un-conference format, where participants can plan the schedule by themselves. As before, the Summit is an invitation only event. The link for registering your interest for an invitation will be posted

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Qt Contributors Summit 2013 – Please register

Published Tuesday May 14th, 2013
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Guggenheim mirror balls Registration for the Qt Contributors Summit 2013 is now open. Before going into details, I’ve added a photo of the The Guggenheim mirror balls right outside the famous Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao. It can symbolise how every Qt contributor is linked together, working on the same project, using the summit to reflect

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