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Call for Papers for QtCon This is a Call for Papers for a unique event.

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KDAB has come together with KDE Akademy, Qt Contributors Summit, FSFE Summit and VideoLAN DevDays to create QtCon 2016, Sept 1 – 4, 2016. On Sept 1st there will be a day of Training from KDAB with eight great trainings to choose from, including three brand new trainings:

  • Introduction to Qt 3D
  • A training on CMake
  • Beyond code – Improved Quality through User Centric Development

The conference runs from Sept 2 – 4. There will be talks, workshops, BOFs and meetings as well as social events. KDE BOFS will be held from Monday 5th to Thursday 8th elsewhere in Berlin.

This brings a difference to the Call for Papers you might be familiar with. The reason is that we want presentations, workshop, BOFs etc. that cater to both developers and end users in each of the communities.

We would like to see top class technical presentations on developing Qt, as well as presentations on using Qt. We will be looking for presentations around the technical internals of VLC as well as the challenges of integrating it into your Qt applications. We welcome technical talks on free software but also more general presentations about free software in business, for example, or understanding software licenses. We are also looking for talks on UI design, and ideas for discussions groups, BOFs and workshops for both internal community member attendance and open attendance.

Maybe you have something else you’d like to propose along these lines, not forgetting talks that non-developers will find interesting. Find out more and submit your papers here

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