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Qt World Summit 2018

Your UI defines your product. Your UX defines your success. Qt defines both. 

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The Future is Written with Qt

It's back and bigger and better than ever! Because we had such a blast last year, we decided to double the fun and spread the joy of #QtWS18 across the continents. Join us for two days of Qt training, insightful keynotes, development topics for embedded, desktop, mobile devices, and more. Subscribe now and stay tuned for updates!


29-30 October 2018
The Westin Boston Waterfront


5-6 December 2018
bcc Berlin Congress Center

The Future of UX defined

No matter how you slice it, you can have the fanciest tech out there, but at the end of the day, user experience will define your success.

Join #QtWS18 and witness the impact of UX in projects across different sectors. Learn how Qt can help you achieve a superior user experience and a faster time-to-market with tools that make work fun and easy for both designers and developers.

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Qt World Summit 2017

Relive the highlights of last year's Qt World Summit in Berlin, Germany. Have a look at our recap video and some of our 2017 keynotes below.


Alex Hilliger from Daimler talked about Rapid UI/UX prototyping of a show car. Alex heads the Advanced Graphics and Rendering team at Mercedes-Benz Research and Development in the Silicon Valley.

Alex Hilliger, Daimler

Behind the Scenes of a Show Car: Rapid UI/UX Prototyping and Production

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Linda is the author and illustrator of Hello Ruby, a children’s picture book about the whimsical world of computers. In her popular talk she addressed among others the question on how we prepare our kids for a world where more and more of the problems around us look like computers.

Linda Liukas

One Hundred Languages

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Mr. Tanabe is CEO for Panasonic ITS and heads the Development center which has SW, HW and Mechanical section. His talk was about Future of Vehicle HMI Systems.

Takayuki Tanabe, Panasonic

Future of Vehicle HMI Systems

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Dr. Steven Goldfarb is a physicist from the University of Melbourne working on the ATLAS Experiment on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Watch his thought-provoking presentation called How Do You Measure What You Can’t See?

Steven Goldfarb

How Do You Measure What You Can’t See?

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