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Qt World Summit 2017 Early Bird Tickets Now Available!

Published Wednesday April 12th, 2017
6 Comments on Qt World Summit 2017 Early Bird Tickets Now Available!
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The 14th annual Qt World Summit is returning to Berlin! Be sure to join the Qt event of the year taking place 10-12 of October at bcc, Berlin Congress Center.

Get ready for five tracks of inspiration as we bring the latest details on what is happening with Qt. From innovative demos to expert presentations, inspiring Speakers and the coolest applications imaginable. Whether you’re looking to take a deep technical dive or seeking business insights, we have something for everyone at this year’s Qt World Summit

Designed for business people and developers alike, the Qt event of the year has something for everyone who is envisioning, innovating and implementing tomorrow’s devices and applications.

At Qt World Summit in Berlin, get on the inside track on how software is driving the future of IoT. Learn the secrets to creating user experiences that stand out and are a pleasure to use – and a pleasure to build. See how you can maximize development performance for embedded, desktop, and mobile devices. Be a part of the biggest Qt event in 2017 – check out all the latest demos and Qt applications, meet with other Qt users and developers from all around the world and across multiple industries.

Tickets available now


Head over to the Qt World Summit website and click Register to make sure you are among the first to get your tickets.

Qt Contributors’ take note

This year we will not hold a separate Qt Contributors’ Summit, but we are inviting all Qt Contributors to a pre-event before Qt World Summit.

So mark your calenders, October 9th and 10th are the days, and the place is bcc.

To register, go to the Qt World Summit website and click Register, Qt Contributors’ Days are included in the ticket list with a nominal fee.

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Mic says:

Hooray 🙂
But why is the WorldSummit reduced from 3 to 2 days?
(I don’t think that you do not have enough news to fill at least three days…)

Tero Kojo Tero Kojo says:


It is three days.
10th is training day.
11th and 12th are main event days.

Same time format as we have had for several years now.

Mic says:

Uhm, really? I have in mind it was 1+3 – but perhaps that’s just wishful thinking…

Tero Kojo Tero Kojo says:

No, sorry, 1+2.
But we’ll keep the feedback in mind.

Kayra says:

None of the keynote videos from QWS2016 include the presentations, so those videos are not much useful. Please consider consulting with KDAB or CppCon management on producing conference videos with both the speaker and the presentation in view.

Also, assuming Lars Knoll was able to attend QWS2016, his “Where Qt Is Going?” and “The future is written with Qt” talks are missing from published videos. IMHO, those were among the most important talks of QWS2016. Please publish those videos as well, if the talks were given.

Tero Kojo Tero Kojo says:

There were issues with the videos from QtWS 2016, which we have taken into account for this year.
As Qt World Summit 2017 is in Beriln, it is a completely different set-up.

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