Welcome to our October newsletter 🍂
We bring you Handling a Lot of Text in QML, then C/C++ Debugging Tools: An Overview of Debugging Tools for C and C++ Applications.
In videos, we offer a KDAB Insight interview, The Story of GCompris: from one man’s vision for his kids to global teaching aid, three more episodes in the Qt Widgets and More series and more talk releases from past Events.
Finally, we bring you up to date on Qt World Summit, QtCon Brasil and Meeting C++, as well as the Call for Papers for ACCU 2023, all coming up in November – not to be missed!
Handling a Lot of Text in QML
C/C++ Debugging Tools:
An Overview of Debugging Tools for C and C++ Applicationsactive Programming and Data Binding in C++
by David Faure
Here David gives us a very useful and comprehensive compilation. You’ll find descriptions of all the available tools you’re likely to need to keep your C and C++ applications problem-free.
The Story of GCompris: From one man’s vision for his kids to global teaching aid
Bruno Coudoin, in a KDAB Insight Interview
Find out how Bruno’s quest to supplement his children’s education tapped into a global appetite. Maintained and supported by the open source community, GCompris offers intelligent teaching aids in multiple languages, without commercial influence.
Qt Widgets and More new releases
Ever thought you had a bug but it turned out to be a feature you didn’t understand? This also happened to Jesper, and he shares a way to handle it.
Jesper asks Peppe to give him a guided tour around the Qt source code so he can understand what’s going on without having to know how to write Qt code.
From a longer video (on the left) to a very short one. Here Jesper shares a very useful little application he made that could save you hours of tedium. But then he says Farewell. What?? Is he leaving? Check out the last bit to find out.
Qt Developer Conference full talks released
It’s been a privilege to host so many good speakers from all around the Qt eco-system at our real live event in Berlin this summer.
Below is a selection of the latest (and last) releases. The closing Keynote from Kalle Dalheimer is a rallying call for Quality Software for all engineers. Take a look.
Here’s the full playlist.
Giuseppe D’Angelo presents the foundations of Unicode string handling when using Qt.
Scythe Studio’s Łukasz Kosiński explains why CI/CD setup is crucial for long-term projects and tackles some challenges.
KDAB founder, president and CEO, Matthias Dalheimer talks about the perils and frustrations of bad code and what we can do to make it safer and better.
Another CppCon Talk released
Events coming up
Qt World Summit 22 Nov 9th, plus Meetups
We’re proud to be Gold Sponsors of this FREE event which extends throughout November with local Meetups in USA and Europe where KDAB will contribute talks.
Check out the online program for the main event, with talks from KDAB’s Nuno Pinheiro and Jesper Pedersen.
Where is it: ONLINE and locally
*You register when you sign up for the main event
Meeting C++ 22 Nov 17th – 19th
We’re also Gold sponsors at Meeting C++, the biggest and best C++ event in Europe. Look out for the KDAB talk about error handling in C++23 from C++ expert Ivan Čukić, soon to be added to the program. And if you missed it, founder Jens Weller spoke about Meeting C++ and what’s coming up in last month’s KDAB News, →.
Where is it: BERLIN and ONLINE
Call for Papers – closing SOON!