The Call for Papers Has Closed.
October 7-9, Berlin
November 6-8, San Francisco
2013 marks the 10th annual Qt Developer Days, the premier Qt events of the year. This year’s conferences will once again be co-hosted by KDAB, ICS, and Digia. All members of the Qt community — developers, users, and enthusiasts — are invited to contribute and participate. We are inviting proposals for presentations in a wide variety of areas. If you have the expertise to share your Qt knowledge in any of these areas, please submit a proposal:
- Qt on Android
- Qt on iOS
- Qt on BlackBerry 10
- Qt on Sailfish
- Qt on WinRT
- Qt 3D and OpenGL
- Qt Quick / QML
- Qt and C++11
- Qt Platform Abstraction (Lighthouse)
- Qt product development stories (experiences, process, challenges, differentiation — open source and commercial projects are welcome)
- Qt on new hardware platforms (tutorials/introductions, improvements/developments, challenges)
- User Experience and Design Guidelines
- Development methodologies
- Current and possible future Qt components
- Qt tools and processes (tutorials/introductions, improvements/developments, tips and tricks, etc.)
- Quality Assurance (methods, tools, tutorials, experiences)
- Qt and the Open Source Community
- Other topics you think are of interest to Qt developers
Be creative — the program committee will look at every submission to create a vibrant and interesting conference.
If you are interested in other specific session topics or panel discussions but don’t have the capacity to present them, please let us know. We will add them to the list and they may get submitted by others.
A limited number of travel stipends will be available for speakers — please indicate in your submission if you would like to apply for one.
Submissions should include:
- Author(s) (including company affiliation, if applicable)
- Short biography (100-150 words)
- Short abstract (120-150 words)
- Full abstract (300-500 words, explaining the scope of the presentation)
July 25, 2013 August 1, 2013