27 technical talks from Qt Developer Days 2005, 2006, 2008 are online. A lot of interesting stuff to enjoy!

Published Thursday March 25th, 2010
14 Comments on 27 technical talks from Qt Developer Days 2005, 2006, 2008 are online. A lot of interesting stuff to enjoy!
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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 a while.

Sooo… We have got 27 presentations online for you! These sum up to 22.5 hours of videos to enjoy:


  • All About Qt Widgets
  • Effective Graphics Programming
  • Practical Model/View Programming
  • Threaded Programming with Qt – Good Practise
  • Writing Custom Styles with QStyle
  • Writing plugin applications with Qt


  • Advanced Item Views
  • Application Development on Linux for Windows Developers
  • Deployment of Qt Applications
  • Emdedded Development for Desktop Developers
  • Qt in Depth
  • Qt Model-View-Controller Classes
  • Qt Style Sheets
  • The Graphics View Framework
  • The Power of Qt Model-View Delegates
  • Thread Support in Qt
  • Unit Testing in Qt Applications


  • Advanced Visualization – Widgets On Graphics View
  • Alien Widgets and Widget Rendering
  • Animation API
  • Beautiful and Blazing-Fast Graphics with Qt
  • Enhancing your Qt application with multiple threads
  • How Did You Do That? Tips and Tricks
  • Introducing Qt on Mac Cocoa
  • Multimedia Framework
  • Qt Network Access: Flexible and Powerful Access to Data on the Internet
  • QtWebKit: Qt and Web 2.0

You can get all of this here: http://qt.nokia.com/developer/learning/online/talks/archive

Let me post one them here, on the spot. It is a cool talk and is fun to watch too. I’m sure you will enjoy it! It is a nice story about the relationship between Qt, Carbon and Cocoa and how they got children:

Ah, one more thing! Before you ask where 2007 is… Unfortunately,  the layer of dust was much too thick on it and it did not make to the archive…

Happy Qt Learning!

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Andy_CH says:

Brilliant !

Thanks !

BeGo says:

Can I used it as references to Bachelor Degree lecturing?

Anyway, thanks a lot everyone in Qt!

ecanela says:

doing arqueologic serach in my HD. i found a copy of DevDays 2007, only the slices in PDF format.

how can upload to this site

tatami says:

Thanks. These videos are very useful.

I have a wish.
I want to watch these videos with my mobile media player.

So, please make videos downloadable.

I’m sorry in poor English.

Marius says:

@tatami: From a mobile devices you can use this link to watch.

Tim says:

26, “Deployment of Qt Applications” talk appears twice in the list.

mbm says:

@ecanela you can send them to me and I will forward them to the right people.

Thiago Macieira says:

Uh oh… I see two talks by me in that list….

rec says:

Are there any Developer Days planned for 2010?

tatami says:

@Marius: Thank you.

Bob The Builder says:

Don’t want to sound unappreciative or anything, but can you please upload these to Youtube? Your flash player… leaves a little something to be desired on Mac.

peter says:

Sometimes I get “Sorry the requested channel is not available”.
When i press OK i a completely different video is displayed (Not from QT)?
Can i download the videos somewhere?

SABROG says:

“Unfortunately, the layer of dust was much too thick on it and it did not make to the archive…”

2007 year, your are welcome 🙂


mysoogals says:

why is nobody looking at a video delivery plugin for linux and windows that supports Theora ? html5 video on native firefox 3.5 shutters video and very slow, nobody on qt interested in looking at issues such as youtube using adobe flash and flash support in linux is rubbish ? nobody care to make a open source video delivery plugin which anybody can use ?

strange, that so many people are hooked on proprietary garbage when good alternative are in your face

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