We are into day three of Qt Developer Days San Francisco, and we’ll be posting a comprehensive show wrap soon.
It has been the biggest and busiest American Qt event ever (context: Two years ago we had 300 developers at this conference. In 2010 we have more than double that number).
It has been a developer event first and foremost, but an event attended by business leaders too. Our own Nokia senior leadership team has been more strongly represented than ever before at a Qt event.
It has been a showcase for Qt (for example, check out this video of ICS’s shiny QML vehicle dashboard demo) and it has been a great learning opportunity for Qt developers. The sessions have been engaging, well attended, and challenging.
The detailed show wrap and a selection of slides and materials will be posted shortly. In the meantime, here are some images we have snapped of the event so far.
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