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The Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting (FOSDEM) is a volunteer-driven, free-entry event for FOSS (Free and Open Source) developers and anyone else interested. Held annually in Brussels, for more than a decade this event has drawn thousands of people to the Solbosch campus of the Brussels Free University (Université Libre de Bruxelles). […]
Could you say something about yourself? Well, my name Nuno Pinheiro, I’m 34 years old, I’m a designer living in Portugal, I have a degree on Civil Engineering. Throughout my life I have always wanted to understand what made things work, (much at the expense of my parents patience, and countless broken apart gadgets that […]
By popular demand, KDAB is extending its training offers with material on C++11, the new C++ standard finalized last year, that is starting to be well-supported in current versions of all major compilers. The new material will soon be available as supplementary topics in our regular Qt and QtQuick training curricula, as well as for […]
Welcome to the new KDAB blog. Here we will publish interesting articles about what’s going on in KDAB, cross platform software development in general and Qt in particular.