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Tero Kojo

Important Qt-project.org Migration to qt.io Info

Published Thursday February 26th, 2015 | 10 Comments on Important Qt-project.org Migration to qt.io Info
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Qt.io | Tags: , ,

Today, we will go live with the new Qt Wiki on qt.io with content migrated from qt-project.org. Before we do that and as we reach a major milestone in this migration project, I wanted to explain a bit on what are the biggest changes you will see with this overall migration project and what it […]

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Tuukka Turunen

Necessitas Android Port Contributed to the Qt Project

Published Thursday November 8th, 2012 | 49 Comments on Necessitas Android Port Contributed to the Qt Project
Posted in Embedded, Qt | Tags: , ,

Together with BogDan Vatra, the main author of the Qt for Android port called Necessitas, we have agreed that he will contribute his work into the Qt Project. This is great news and I am truly excited on the things we can do together in the Qt Project. The Qt 5 Android port will be […]

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Qt 4.8.2 and Visual Studio Add-In 1.1.11 Released

Published Tuesday May 22nd, 2012 | 36 Comments on Qt 4.8.2 and Visual Studio Add-In 1.1.11 Released
Posted in Announcements | Tags: , ,

Today’s blogger and presenter of Qt 4.8.2 is Tuukka Turunen, Director R&D at Digia, Qt Commercial. As part of the Qt Project, Digia has taken on the responsibility to package and test Qt’s LGPL releases in addition to the Qt Commercial releases. Today, together with the other contributors to the Qt Project we are happy […]

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Qt Day in Florence, Italy – live and kicking

Published Friday January 27th, 2012 | 2 Comments on Qt Day in Florence, Italy – live and kicking
Posted in Events, Partners | Tags: , ,

Day one of the Qt Day in Florence, Italy is sold out. The agenda for the day is dedicated to the use of Qt in Italy from a technical as well as business perspective. Italian business leaders such as Alberto Ciarnello from Telecom Italia and Mario Fumagalli from Mixel have been telling us about why […]

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Call for Qt on Raspberry Pi Mentors

Published Friday December 2nd, 2011 | Comments Off on Call for Qt on Raspberry Pi Mentors
Posted in Community | Tags: , , , , , ,

We are impressed by the speed, depth and breath of the response to our call for Qt 5 on Raspberry Pi projects. We have more than 400 candidates for the 400 boards we expect to have as soon as the Raspberry Pi Foundation is ready! The list is growing, and if you have an idea in mind we still […]

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Five unique keynotes highlight day two of Qt Developer Days

Published Friday December 2nd, 2011 | 4 Comments on Five unique keynotes highlight day two of Qt Developer Days
Posted in Events | Tags: , , , , , , ,

It was a first. Jono Bacon’s joke about early Linux user interfaces resembling “Kim Kardashian without makeup” was almost certainly the first ever reference to Ms Kardashian in a Qt keynote. And what’s more, the joke got laughs. So began the Ubuntu Community Manager’s keynote address to the capacity audience at the Hyatt Regency San […]

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Training and contribution – Qt Developer Days S.F. day one

Published Thursday December 1st, 2011 | Comments Off on Training and contribution – Qt Developer Days S.F. day one
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Qt Developer Days is go! Learning and contributing were on the agenda on the first day of Qt Developer Days San Francisco. Five training tracks provided expert tuition and guidance from Qt partners and Qt’s own engineers to hundreds of training attendees. This interview with training manager Jurgen Bocklage-Ryannel provides insights on how Qt training […]

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The next step for Qt open governance. The Qt Project goes live in time for Qt Developer Days in Munich

Published Monday September 12th, 2011 | 12 Comments on The next step for Qt open governance. The Qt Project goes live in time for Qt Developer Days in Munich
Posted in Announcements, Community | Tags: , ,

We are extremely happy to announce that the Qt Project, the outcome of the open governance work, will go live on October 17th,  2011. This is a week before Qt Developer Days in Munich, and you can be sure to hear more about it there! Since the Open Governance Model discussions started in July 2010, we […]

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