[Interest] Speaking about Qt

Yuvraaj Kelkar yuvraaj at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 19:28:45 CEST 2012

If your audience is app developers:

Point the Android people to

and the IOS people to the twitter feed of Qt4IOS:
and the website (still under construction):

and tell them about RIM's BB10 - that supports Qt.

Then casually mention that Qt (and QML) also works on all primary
desktop platforms, and then say something about native apps and write
once run everywhere.


On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 8:37 AM, Sivan Greenberg <sivan at omniqueue.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>  I am going to give a talk this Tuesday about extreme re-use with QML
> and Qt in the first ever Israeli Qt Meetup in Tel Aviv, and demo an
> app as a gentle introduction to Qt the Quick way.
>   Now, as the Israeli crowd is quite iOS and Android oriented, I will
> surely be asked "why invest" etc given recent developments with Qt and
> Nokia, and seeing we still have no other glove pickers, how would I
> answer this? I know the reason myself why to go on with Qt and why it
> will survive and so forth, but I would like to be well phrased in my
> response to the crowd, so your help and suggestions highly
> appreciated.
>   I also can show that there are already quite some important
> customers using it that will prevent it from ceasing (Autodesk, Skype
> others..) and I am going to show the radical way in which Quick
> quickens your development and enables easy maintainer ship in the
> future. But , what about strong financial backing, perhaps this is not
> that important, or will Qt go the MySql way where consultants will
> pick the glove (as so wonderfully already started by KDAB and ICS and
> I thank them immensely for making sure we will have what I think even
> a better version of Qt Dev Days) ?
> Thanks!
> --
> -Sivan
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