July 2014 Newsletter

ICS July 2014 Newsletter

Qt Developer Days 2014 —

San Francisco Registration Now Open!

Come discover the future of Qt. Qt Developer Days 2014 will feature keynotes from industry leaders plus offer a broad spectrum of talks and presentations from Qt community experts.



In addition, we have a diverse selection of hands-on training to choose from on day one, plus the option of adding two days of in-depth training after the conference. 



Whether you are new to Qt or a seasoned expert, don't miss your chance to gain new skills and network with other Qt developers, all while having a little fun in the City by the Bay. 



November 3-5

Qt Developer Days 2014 San Francisco

The San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront



We are offering early-bird pricing until Aug 29 More Info and Registration



Call for Papers Closing Soon 

Don’t miss this opportunity to share your knowledge! All members of the Qt community are invited to contribute and participate in Qt Developer Days 2014 in a wide variety of areas. If you have the expertise to share your Qt knowledge, please submit a proposal before the deadline of August 15 (deadline for proposals for Berlin is July 24).

In Europe?  Join us at Qt Developer Days Berlin, October 6-8


Upcoming Events

Real Beauty in Real Time

Creating Modern User Experiences with QNX & Qt

Back by Popular Demand — Additional Dates and Cities for September

This full-day workshop provides Engineering Architects and Program Managers a thorough understanding of the entire development process using QNX and Qt, transforming a "napkin sketch" into working code on a device running a real-time embedded operating system. Register now for:

September 23 Toronto
September 25 Chicago
More dates and cities will be added this fall. Vote for your city if you'd like to attend.

Re-introducing QicsTable —
Now Supporting Qt 5 and Available Under LGPL

QicsTable is a full-featured, high-performance table widget suited for use in industrial-strength applications. It incorporates a model-view-controller architecture, so that multiple table widgets can display the same data. The QicsTable widget has extensive printing capabilities, including the ability to print the table with different visual characteristics than the on-screen table display.

If you have a need for an advanced table widget, take a look at QicsTable. It may just fit your needs.


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