Hot on the heels of the good Qt news at Nokia World (all those shiny new Symbian^3 devices with Qt inside them 🙂 ), here’s some more good news – this time for people planning on attending Qt Developer Days. In an act of extreme generosity, we have extended the Early Bird registration period for a limited time.
Attendees that register during the extended Early Bird period will receive $200 / €200 off the regular conference fee, regardless of whether it is the two day option or the three day option.
Qt Developer Days is the biggest Qt event in the world, and the best place to learn, share, train, develop skills and experience Qt. You also get an opportunity to meet the people behind Qt and have some fun while you are there. It’s also the best way to get ahead of the game with Qt 4.7 and Qt Quick.
A few highlights from this year’s agenda –
- Comprehensive training tracks including a dedicated track for Qt Quick and a dedicated track for targeting Nokia’s mobile devices
- Keynotes from industry leaders such as DreamWorks Animation, Orange, and senior Nokia and Qt personnel.
- Qt in use sessions with leading companies like HP, Intel, LG, Autodesk and NetFlix – see how they make some of the world’s best applications and devices using Qt
- A Technical Track for every Qt use case and experience level imaginable – delivered by Qt’s own developers
- Qt in Education sessions
- Licensing session and legal information
- Tech Lab – get Qt’s own engineers to solve your Qt problems on the spot (Check out the challenge Andy in support has set himself)
We can’t hold the early bird window open forever, but have managed to extend it just a little longer. We’re looking forward to seeing many of you from our Qt community in either Munich or San Francisco this year.
Read more about Qt Developer Days at http://qt.nokia.com/qtdevdays2010