5.9 End of Life {on-demand}

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With Qt 5.9 reaching end of life at the end of May it is time to see what options are available to you regarding using Qt after this point. This will cover what it means to you if you want to upgrade or what options are available if you want to stick with Qt 5.9. It will cover what are the main changes from Qt 5.9 to Qt 5.12 and then finish with an ask me anything Q&A.

Speaker: Andy Shaw, Principal Software Engineer 

Andy Shaw is a software engineer at The Qt Company and has been working on the Qt framework for over a decade. He is currently the maintainer of the Qt Quick Scene Graph and has been focused on providing solutions optimized for embedded hardware. In the past, he has worked on the Qt Platform Abstraction, Qt Wayland (former maintainer), Qt Multimedia, Qt for Embedded Linux as well as Boot to Qt, and more recently Qt 3D and Qt 3D Studio.

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