Upcoming webinars: Sign up Now!

November 3, 2017 Patrick Oechslin

Hi everyone!

Here’s an overview of our free webinars we will be holding in the upcoming weeks. They usually take place at 6pm CET, 1pm EDT and 10am PDT so you can participate live and ask our experts any questions you may have.

Don’t have the time to participate live? Sign up anyway – we will send you a recording and the presentation slides to your email address!


8 November: Accelerating time to market for embedded devices
Join our webinar where we’ll go through solutions for tackling the most common issues in executing a large-scale software program. The learnings are mainly based on the extensive experience with embedded customers over the years.


16 November: Ask Me Anything about graphics in Qt

In this Ask Me Anything about graphics in Qt, we are putting you in the driving seat. Our smart and handsome graphics specialists, Andy Nichols and Laszlo Agocs will answer your questions live.


23 November: Qt or HTML5 – A Million Dollar Question

Burkhard Stubert explains how he could save one of the world’s largest home appliance manufacturers millions of Euros by choosing Qt over HTML. The secret? Qt scales down to lower-end hardware a lot better, without sacrificing user experience.


7 December: Pointer Handlers for Fluid Applications in Qt Quick
Over the last few years we have discussed adding a new way in QtQuick to handle events from pointing devices such as touchscreens, mice and graphics tablets. Now it is on track to ship in 5.10. This is an update and demo of the current status.


14 December: An Interactive Digital Out-of-Home Software Developed by Using Qt Libraries

This webinar will explore the different features of the interactive DOOH software and underline the integration of the Qt libraries within the software.


Missed a webinar such as our hilarious Halloween special? No problem! You can find recordings of all our webinars in the on-demand section! Download them and get smart!


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