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Fuzzing Qt for fun and profit A brief introduction to fuzzing and how we successfully use it in Qt

Many KDAB engineers are part of the Qt Security Team. The purpose of this team is to get notified of security-related issues, and then decide the best course of action for the Qt project. Most of the time, this implies identifying the problem, creating and submitting a patch through the usual Qt contribution process, waiting […]

KDAB talks at QtCon 2016

Hello! This is a small wrap-up fromQtCon, the biggest Qt event in Europe in 2016, that happened at the beginning of September. At QtCon the Qt community joined forces with the KDE, FSFE and VideoLAN communities, to create an exciting event in the spirit of open collaboration and participation amongst projects. During QtCon many KDAB […]

Very explicit operator bool Is the Safe Bool Idiom still useful in C++11 / C++14?

From time to time I scroll through Qt-related forums and mailing lists, and whenever possible I try to help fellow developers out. The other day a StackOverflow thread caught my attention: a developer was asking “What is the purpose of operator RestrictedBool in QScopedPointer?” Indeed, looking at QScopedPointer‘s implementation, one notices the strange RestrictedBool usage. […]

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