Introduction This is the first of many posts about Qt 5 development to appear on the KDAB blog. The intent of these posts is to be a summary of development in the qtbase repository and discussions on the Qt Project mailing lists. The reporting is not limited to KDAB contributions to Qt, but aims to […]
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The Kinect, a Microsoft device originally made for the Xbox360 (a gaming console), has become incredibly popular among developers in the past few months; it allows easy tracking of predefined movements without having to wear special clothes or complicated sensors. Once you’re set-up, you would be able to access functions such as hand tracking, scene […]
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.