July 2013

Programming with Qt

   • Sept 9-13 Bedford, MA
 • Sept 9-13 Copenhagen
 • Sept 23-27 Silicon Valley

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Join us for this series of free webinars covering Qt's QML technology. Each webcast will focus on one of the more complex areas of QML and present tips, tricks, best practices and common areas of error and confusion. The material is based on real-world experience developing customer applications for mobile, embedded and desktop.

The webinars are for developers who are already familiar with the basic concepts of Qt and QML and want to expand their knowledge to the next level.

Each session will be approximately one hour in length including questions and answers and will be presented live by one of ICS's Qt consultants. This first topic scheduled is:

Anchors, presented by Alan Ezust
August 8, 1:00pm EDT
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QML offers a flexible and useful way of binding properties between objects but, if used incorrectly, can have a negative impact on application performance. For visual items, anchors offer a better implementation option.

Registration for the following upcoming dates and topics will be opening soon — stay tuned!

• 22 Aug 2013 Integrating C++ and QML
• 05 Sep 2013 Data Models and Views
• 19 Sep 2013 Advanced Anchors
• 03 Oct 2013 QML Language Scope
• 17 Oct 2013 Keyboard Input Handling
• 31 Oct 2013 From the Trenches: Lessons Learned
from Real-world QML Projects



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  Call for Papers Closing Soon (Extended to August 1)

Don’t miss an opportunity to share your knowledge! All members of the Qt community — developers, users, and enthusiasts — are invited to contribute and participate in Qt Developer Days 2013. We are inviting proposals for presentations in a wide variety of areas. If you have the expertise to share your Qt knowledge, please submit a proposal before the extended August 1 deadline.

US Registration Opening on July 30

Registration for Qt Developer Days San Francisco will be opening on July 30. Come to discover the future of Qt, while gaining new skills along with other developers who wish to advance their knowledge.

Qt Developer Days 2013 in the U.S. will be held Nov 6–8:

The San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront
1800 Old Bayshore Highway
Burlingame, CA 94010