Registration numbers for Qt Developer Days continue to grow. Places are filling up fast for both Munich (24-26 Oct) and San Francisco (29 Nov - 1 Dec).
There is still availability at both events, but there is very little time left to take advantage of the early bird discount offer.
If you are on the verge of registering, or just getting organised, here's a reminder: If you register now you will save $200/€200 on the price of registration. If you miss out on the early bird offer you pay full price, and once the discount offer is closed, we won't reopen it.
Qt Developer Days is an event for every Qt developer, and is great value at the full price, but in the spirit of being friendly :), this is a little reminder that you can get even more value if you register while the early bird discount is still open.
Canonical, Telecom Italia and Qt Project Head Maintainer Lars Knoll head the keynotes, and a large number of Qt’s own developers and Qt partners are hosting more than 50 tech tracks. There are more desktop and embedded tech sessions than at any Developer Days event we’ve ever held, as well as specialised mobile tracks for Qt developers targeting Symbian as well as Linux platforms such as MeeGo and even the community-driven Qt for Android port.
Training day features streams for every type of Qt developer at every level of expertise, and the Qt in Use sessions feature industry leaders like Cisco, Panasonic Aviation and AccuWeather showing how they use Qt to create best-in-class UIs, applications and products. Some of these showcases for Qt development will also be featured in the Qt Pavillion and the exhibition being held at the event.
Attending Qt Developer Days provides value in lots of other ways too, with on-site support and troubleshooting, half-price certification exams and social events that help you meet fellow Qt developers and build your professional network.
The eighth year of Qt Developer Days is here. Now is the time to reserve your spot with us at the event - for a little less.