Ben Lau [Qt Champion 2016]

Multithreaded Programming with Future & Promise

Published Tuesday April 18th, 2017 | 10 Comments on Multithreaded Programming with Future & Promise
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This is a guest post by 2016 Qt Champion Ben Lau. Ben has a long history with Qt, and many interesting projects on GitHub. Here’s an idea from him on making multithreading simpler in some cases. The Basics Multithreading programming may not be difficult at the first glance. You have to pay attention to your shared […]

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Tero Kojo

Ableton in the Qt community

Published Monday December 21st, 2015 | Comments Off on Ableton in the Qt community
Posted in Biz Circuit & Dev Loop, Community, Contributors | Tags: ,

In addition to talking about the Push with Ableton, we had a chance to talk about joining the Qt Project as a contributor. Ableton started contributing to Qt last year, what was the thing that got you started? Working closely with the Qt Project is part of the Ableton Open Source strategy. It is just […]

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Qt-powered: Open source desktop publishing with Scribus

Published Thursday January 19th, 2012 | 8 Comments on Qt-powered: Open source desktop publishing with Scribus
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Version 1.4.0 of the popular open source desktop publishing program, Scribus, was released recently. This is great news for the community at large, but it also is a mark of pride for the Qt team. The new version of Scribus has moved to Qt 4, “tuning for cross-platform compatibility” and taking advantage of some of […]

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Orange Helium: a lightweight QtWebKit-based browser

Published Tuesday December 20th, 2011 | 4 Comments on Orange Helium: a lightweight QtWebKit-based browser
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Orange Labs UK is a development group that has been working with Qt on mobile web technologies for some years. Some of their project work has turned into popular customer-facing applications like Orange Wednesdays. In 2010, around the time of Qt Quick’s rise to prominence, Orange Labs began a mobile browser project to experiment with […]

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KDE Akademy 2010, Finland

Published Tuesday July 13th, 2010 | 4 Comments on KDE Akademy 2010, Finland
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Every summer, a growing number of KDE contributors meet for their annual conference – Akademy. This year everybody traveled to Tampere in Finland for what was an excellently organized event. Kudos to all the volunteers and the team from COSS! For us, Akademy is a major opportunity to meet highly skilled Qt users. We love […]

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A visit from the Minister

Published Thursday April 8th, 2010 | 1 Comment on A visit from the Minister
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A visit from the minister A special visitor came to Qt headquarters yesterday as we hosted Norwegian Minister for Government Administration, Reform and Church Affairs, Rigmor Aasrud. As part of her portfolio, Minister Aasrud is responsible for finding ways of improving efficiency and quality within the Norwegian public service. After meeting the team, the minister […]

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Symbian open source migration complete!

Published Thursday February 4th, 2010 | 4 Comments on Symbian open source migration complete!
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We are very excited about today’s Symbian Foundation’s announcement that their transition to open source is complete. That they were able to complete the task ahead of schedule is a credit to them. It was no small task. The migration of the world’s most widely used mobile platform to the EPL license is the biggest open […]

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