Coverage From The Qt Developer Days In Munich
For those that weren't present at the Qt Developer Days 2011 in Munich this past week, here's some of the content that's now available online from this conference that marked the beginning of the Qt Project.
On the Nokia Qt blog is a recap from some of this development conference in Unterschleißheim. There were many Nokia N9s mobile phones that were given away, a keynote by Canonical's Director of Engineering about the Qt-based Unity 2D desktop, and how the CNN news company sees mobile devices within its overall strategy. There was also a "Qt-toberfest", but no word if Augustiner was served at this dinner/party. There's also various pictures from the event in that Nokia blog post and an earlier blog entry.
The slides from the sessions that I have been able to find on the Internet so far include:
Targeting Android With Qt
The Anatomy of Real World Apps - Dissecting cross-platform apps written using Qt Quick and C++
More information on Qt Developer Days 2011 in Munich is available from the Nokia web-site. Coming up at the end of November in San Francisco is another Qt Developers Days event.
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