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Old 06-21-2010, 11:46 AM
Jonathan Riddell
 
Default Kubuntu Tutorials Day, 7 July

Kubuntu Tutorials Day is back, and this time it's with special guest
star speakers.

Incase you missed it in previous years (check out the logs, there's
some interesting sessions in there), Kubuntu Tutorials Day is a few
hours of interactive IRC sessions on topics around Kubuntu and KDE
development. If you've always wanted to get started in helping out
Kubuntu or programming in Qt this is the perfect opportunity.

Guest speakers

Johan Thelin, the author of best selling book "Foundations of Qt
Development" will be talking on Start Coding Qt. If you're going to
code Qt, best start by learning from the best.

Alan Alpert from Nokia will be running a session on Introduction to Qt
Quick and QML. Qt Quick is the exciting new way to program, centred
around design rather than code.

Here's the full programme:
18:00UTC, Kubuntu Maverick: An exciting six months ahead, Jonathan
Riddell
19:00UTC, Introduction to Qt Quick and QML: The exiting new way of
developing applications, Alan Alpert, Nokia
20:00UTC, Packaging and Merging with the Ninjas: How to make and merge
.deb packages, Rohan Garg (shadeslayer)
21:00UTC, Start Coding Qt: Learn how to use the world's best GUI
toolkit, Johan Thelin (author of Foundations of Qt Development)
22:00UTC, Beastie Hunting: Finding the important bugs amongst the
masses, Ralph Janke (txwikinger)
end of talks onwards, Kubuntu Q & A: Ask us anything you want to know
about Kubuntu and KDE, Kubuntu Team

Wednesday 7 July, 18:00UTC, #kubuntu-devel IRC channel on freenode
https://wiki.kubuntu.org/KubuntuTutorialsDay

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Old 06-21-2010, 11:46 AM
Jonathan Riddell
 
Default Kubuntu Tutorials Day, 7 July

Kubuntu Tutorials Day is back, and this time it's with special guest
star speakers.

Incase you missed it in previous years (check out the logs, there's
some interesting sessions in there), Kubuntu Tutorials Day is a few
hours of interactive IRC sessions on topics around Kubuntu and KDE
development. If you've always wanted to get started in helping out
Kubuntu or programming in Qt this is the perfect opportunity.

Guest speakers

Johan Thelin, the author of best selling book "Foundations of Qt
Development" will be talking on Start Coding Qt. If you're going to
code Qt, best start by learning from the best.

Alan Alpert from Nokia will be running a session on Introduction to Qt
Quick and QML. Qt Quick is the exciting new way to program, centred
around design rather than code.

Here's the full programme:
18:00UTC, Kubuntu Maverick: An exciting six months ahead, Jonathan
Riddell
19:00UTC, Introduction to Qt Quick and QML: The exiting new way of
developing applications, Alan Alpert, Nokia
20:00UTC, Packaging and Merging with the Ninjas: How to make and merge
.deb packages, Rohan Garg (shadeslayer)
21:00UTC, Start Coding Qt: Learn how to use the world's best GUI
toolkit, Johan Thelin (author of Foundations of Qt Development)
22:00UTC, Beastie Hunting: Finding the important bugs amongst the
masses, Ralph Janke (txwikinger)
end of talks onwards, Kubuntu Q & A: Ask us anything you want to know
about Kubuntu and KDE, Kubuntu Team

Wednesday 7 July, 18:00UTC, #kubuntu-devel IRC channel on freenode
https://wiki.kubuntu.org/KubuntuTutorialsDay

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