The guys at QNX have been doing such great stuff with the QNX Concept Car, we wanted to draw our reader’s attention to the fact that, “under the hood” and so not publicized, the awesome entertainment system and the instrument cluster in the Mercedes are done with Qt 5 (QML2 to be precise) on top of […]
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It is hopefully without question that KDAB loves KDE. We employ many KDE developers, who, as soon as they leave their computer at work, go on their computers again, just to do KDE work. At this years KDE conference in Tallinn one of our employees, Kevin Ottens, was given the Akademy Award for his contribution […]
KDAB has just completed a Qt training for Codan in Australia, which means that KDAB has now conducted training courses on all the major continents of the world (excluding Antarctica, which has no permanent population 🙂 To celebrate this, we asked our customer there to tell us a bit about the training.
Nordic Semiconductor project manager, Eirik Midttun, talks about working with KDAB and Bluetooth low energy. KDAB was brought in by Nordic Semiconductor ASA to assist with Qt user interface development. Nordic Semiconductor are developing a Bluetooth low energy radio chip, and wanted to offer their customers an easy-to-us tool to configure it. In addition to […]