Qt/Vista webinar

Published Tuesday July 3rd, 2007
3 Comments on Qt/Vista webinar
Posted in News, Qt

Naren Karattup (our product manager) and I did a webinar two weeks back titled “Bringing C++ to Vista: Leveraging Your C++ Code-Base to Create Native Windows® Vista™ Applications”. If you missed it, you can now see it offline here. From the webcast link “We recommend the following operating systems: Windows XP SP2, and Mac OS X 10.4”. Sigh. Nevertheless, once you register, you should be able to see the slides.

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3 comments

matthias says:

hi girish, didn’t know you studied in Trichy.. I’m going over there on holiday in a month! 🙂

Craig Ringer says:

This flows pretty badly when viewed in non-real-time recorded format. “Next slide please” gets really annoying and the presenters interrupt/talk over each other. Coordination could’ve been better.

Most importantly, if you are already a Qt user who reads this weblog you will be bored to death. The interesting bits for anyone with any knowledge of Qt and Vista probably add up to 5 minutes. This presentation is clearly aimed at people unfamiliar with Qt and really has little to do with Vista beyond “we support Vista too, you know”.

girish says:

Matthias: Also I did my B.E not B.Ed 🙂 If you have the time, visit Tanjore too.
Craig Ringer: Yes, it is very targeted at people who know little of Qt. Regarding having little to do with Vista – The whole point of Qt is you do not need to deal with platform specifics. So we talk about features of Qt and state they work as expected on Vista. I can see why it can be boring to an audience that knows about Qt though.

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