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See you in Berlin in November 2023?

In just a couple of months, there’s going to be not one,

not two,

not three,

but four fantastic developer events in Berlin! We are not going to miss any of them, and so shouldn’t you.

November 12-14: Meeting C++

If you are a C++ developer, do not miss the 2023 edition of Meeting C++. This year the conference will be again in a hybrid format, partially online and partially live in Berlin. The list of talks is, as usual, of the utmost quality.

The closing keynote will be held by Dr. Ivan Čukić, Senior Software Engineer here at KDAB.

You can find more information, including how to register, here.

November 27: KDAB Training Day

KDAB organizes a Training Day in Berlin! You can choose from five different 1-day courses, featuring content which is part of our regular 3 to 4-days courses:

  • What’s new in C++23 with Giuseppe D’Angelo
  • QML Application Architecture with André Somers
  • Profiling on Linux with Milian Wolff
  • Porting to Qt 6 with Nicolas Fella
  • A taste of Rust (with a drop of Qt) with Florian Gilcher

You can get your tickets from here!

November 28-29: Qt World Summit 2023

The Qt World Summit is back in person! Once again, it’s going to be hosted at the fantastic Berlin Congress Center in Alexanderplatz. This year’s program features several keynotes and over 25 talks in 4 tracks. KDAB will also be present:

  • Till Adam, Chief Commercial Officer of the KDAB Group, will talk about The Future of Interventional Cardiac Imaging;
  • Nicolas Arnaud-Cormos, senior software engineer and trainer at KDAB, will talk about script automation in Qt applications.

Tickets are available here.

November 30-December 1: Qt Contributors’ Summit 2023

Last but not the least: join us into shaping the future of Qt!

Did you know that Qt is a free software project, with an open governance model? At the Qt Contributors’ Summit the developers of Qt will meet for two days and will discuss Qt’s roadmap: what features are missing? What is being worked upon? In which direction should Qt evolve?

You can see the sessions that have been scheduled so far on Qt Project’s wiki. Anyone who’s interested contributing something to Qt (not just development! Community work, documentation, etc.) is very welcome. You can find all the relevant practical information here.

See you in Berlin!

Categories: C++ / KDAB on Qt / QtDevelopment / Rust

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