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Iris Yamashita

Qt Japan Summit 2015 | Build Your World

Published Tuesday June 30th, 2015
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Last month’s Qt Japan Summit 2015 offered insightful keynotes & several technical sessions focusing on the latest Qt features as well as amazing demos and customer stories from industries such as automotive, consumer electronics and automation. We are happy that this year’s event was even larger than last year’s and we have our sponsors SRA,

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Tero Kojo

Wiki Week is here

Published Monday May 18th, 2015
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Time to get working on the Qt Wiki. This week is Wiki Week, the time to clean up the wiki. The Wiki Week wiki page  has a list of things to get started with. Cleaning up much viewed pages is a good place to start. If you have some other activities you think would benefit the

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Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen

Brace Yourself ‐ Qt World Summit 2015 Call for Papers is Coming!

Published Tuesday April 7th, 2015
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Last month we announced that this October 6-7 we will be hosting the Qt World Summit in Berlin – the global event for all things Qt! The big themes for the whole Qt World Summit are: Creating connected devices and Internet of Things systems Qt as the software solution for multi-platform development – desktop, mobile

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Tero Kojo

qt-project.org to redirect to qt.io/developers

Published Monday March 30th, 2015
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We are happy to announce that our “One Qt” unification project will soon reach its major milestone. On April 1, we will redirect the remaining pages to qt.io. qt-project.org will redirect to qt.io/developers. If you have been following our progress, you know that the forums have already been redirected since their migration a couple of

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Viironen Kalle

Nice Blog Post From Boundary Devices

Published Friday January 9th, 2015
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Check out this nice blog post about Qt for device creation written by Eric Nelson from Boundary Devices. The post nicely summarizes what Qt for device creation is all about. You can also find an easy to follow step-by-step guide on how to use the BYOS (Build Your Own Stack) tooling which is provided as

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Andy Shaw

Qt Weekly #22: How to help Qt Support help you more efficiently

Published Thursday December 4th, 2014
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If you have used Qt Support before then you may have had to deal with a bit of back and forth with Support trying to get to the heart of the problem that you are having. Therefore in order to try and speed up that process along in the future we have the following tips

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Tero Kojo

Contributing to Qt? Come to Oslo in June 2015!

Published Friday November 28th, 2014
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It’s half a year since the 2014 Qt Contributors’ Summit, and now is a good time to give an early warning about next years QtCS. We’ll be inviting you to Oslo in early June to come and discuss the current state and future of Qt. The Qt Contributors’ Summit is an annual event where the

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