Qt Developer Days 2014 Europe

Thanks to all those who attended Qt Developer Days Europe, October 6 – 8, in Berlin. For those who missed it,  come to the sister event in San Francisco, November 3 - 5!

Much of the program will be repeated. In Europe we had a broad scope of talks and presentations from Qt community experts, including tracks specifically tailored to those with less Qt experience, echoing our training day program.

Lightning Talks, a rich array of exhibitors and our usual eclectic combination of entertainment and Qt surprises completed the mix.



Real life QML applications almost always have a C++ backend. I am not a fan of trying to build pure QML applications using Javascript for the functionality...

Bo Thorsen
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 -
11:30am to 12:30pm
Pasi Keränen

WebGL 1.0 API standard from Khronos Group defines a low level, state based 3D rendering API. It is very similar to OpenGL ES 2.0 and enables access from...

Pasi Keränen
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 -
9:00am to 10:00am

Qt originally had one string class: QString. In Qt 2, QString became Unicode and another class was added to support legacy 8-bit encoded strings (based on...

Thiago Macieira
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 -
3:15pm to 4:15pm


We did it!

The doors opened Monday at the bcc for The Event of the Qt year in Europe.

Check out our amazing program and, New this year! our sponsor showcase with 20 minute shorts on topics ranging from open source through stunning Qt applications, to how to keep developers and customers happy, simultaneously.

13 awesome tracks chosen from over 100 quality submissions. Check it out and see how this year's program reflects the ever-changing Qt eco-system.

More exhibitors and a special offer!

To add to our 10 sponsors and 3 co-hosts, we also had: Qt Technology partner: V-Play Gmbh, Qt Champions, KDAB's Usability partner: User Prompt and KDAB's security partner: Dreamlab. as well as a Qt Support desk.

*SPECIAL OFFER at Qt Developer Days! KDAB’s usability partners, User Prompt, offered 1 hour free mentoring sessions for projects concerning questions related to Usability and User Experience. Attendees were able to sign up here to book a session during the conference.

Party! Party! Party!

Qt Developer Days is renowned for its awesome party night and this time we had some really special treats in store. Downstairs attendees were able to try their skills at a variety of games or sing their hearts out in our karaoke room, while upstairs three very different, very lovely Berlin ladies performed for us: Clara Hill, Miss Kenichi and Ofrin in the bcc’s spectacular circular room. The evening was rounded off by DJs with state-of-the-art, Qt-powered gear.