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Cristián

Why did Trolls and Snakes start to play together? (Qt at PyCon US)

Published Wednesday May 29th, 2019 | 4 Comments on Why did Trolls and Snakes start to play together? (Qt at PyCon US)
Posted in Community, Contributors, Qt for Python

After the successful release of Qt for Python, we have been aiming to bring the Python community to our amazing ecosystem, and at the beginning of May, we had the opportunity to attend the biggest Python Conference in the world, PyCon US. Why Python? Python and Qt were born around the same years, and one […]

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Alex Blasche

Qt for Python 5.12 Released

Published Tuesday December 18th, 2018 | 29 Comments on Qt for Python 5.12 Released
Posted in Announcements, Community, Contributors, Customers, Qt for Python

As mentioned in the Qt 5.12 release blog we finally reached the point that we can announce the first release of Qt for Python for Qt 5.12. As it has become custom for the project and expected by Python developers, you can install the release via: pip install PySide2 Additionally, you can get the wheels […]

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Andy Shaw

Welcome to the 2018 Qt Champions!

Published Tuesday December 18th, 2018 | 1 Comment on Welcome to the 2018 Qt Champions!
Posted in Community, Dev Loop | Tags: ,

Another year has passed, winter has come so it’s time to celebrate the Qt Champions! So without further ado: @christian-ehrlicher was granted the *Rookie of The Year* title. Christian did an impressive number of submissions through this year while beginning only at the end of 2017. He wrote quite a lot of fixes for the […]

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Tero Kojo

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 6 Comments on Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up
Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop | Tags: , ,

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 is over. Two days of presentations and a lot of discussions during presentations, talk of Qt over coffee and lunch and in restaurants in the evening. A hundred people gathered to think where Qt is heading and where it now is. Oslo showed it’s best with warm and sunny weather. The […]

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Alex Blasche

Qt for Python 5.11 released

Published Wednesday June 13th, 2018 | 49 Comments on Qt for Python 5.11 released
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, Customers, Qt for Python

We are happy to announce the first official release of Qt for Python (Pyside2). As the version tag implies, it is based on Qt 5.11 and therefore the first release that supports the Qt 5 series. At large the project will follow the general Qt release schedule and versions. Although this is still a Technical […]

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Miao Luo

Meet us at TU Automotive Detroit 2018 – Booth #B136

Published Friday June 1st, 2018 | Comments Off on Meet us at TU Automotive Detroit 2018 – Booth #B136
Posted in Automotive, Biz Circuit, Community, Embedded

Are you going to TU Automotive Detroit this year? So are we! Join us at the Qt booth #B136, have a chat and check out what’s new in the world of automotive HMIs with our latest demos #builtWithQt.  2D and 3D instrument clusters. Watch how easy it is to design and implement both 2D and […]

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Lars Knoll

Qt 5.11 released

Published Tuesday May 22nd, 2018 | 71 Comments on Qt 5.11 released
Posted in Announcements, Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors, Customers | Tags:

Slightly ahead of our planned schedule, we have released Qt 5.11 today. As always, Qt 5.11 comes with quite a few new features as well as many bug fixes to existing functionality. Let’s have a look at some of the cool new features. Qt Core and Network A lot of work on small details has […]

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Carl Engh

The Qt Project and Google Summer of Code 2018

Published Thursday February 22nd, 2018 | Comments Off on The Qt Project and Google Summer of Code 2018
Posted in Community, Contributors, Dev Loop, Events, Learning, News, Qt in Education

This year, for the first time, the Qt Project will be participating in the Google Summer of Code initiative. This is an awesome opportunity for students who are interested in or are already involved with Qt development, and who want to flip bits and not burgers during their summer break! What this means in practice is that by […]

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