[Interest] Does it really worth it?

jose maria gomez josemaria at gomezvergara.es
Thu Mar 29 16:01:14 CEST 2012

Thank you to everybody for your answers. Having a look to all your
answers, it seems that without any doubt Qt is a really alive and
healthly project. So, it is a good project to invest time, being sure
that the effort will worth it.

Thanks again to the qt community.

On 03/29/2012 08:20 AM, Bo Thorsen wrote:
> Den 28-03-2012 19:03, Quim Gil skrev:
>> [...]
>> - That developer had a concern about the future of Qt in 2015, and the
>> Nokia involvement. In few hours he got answers from three Nokia
>> employees working full time in Qt and showing confidence in the
>> strategic commitment of their employer in Qt.
> Here's one for all those people craving official information from Nokia:
> http://www.netbooknews.com/47197/nokia-working-on-two-new-low-end-meego-smartphones/
> This is great news, it looks like the N9 isn't the end of the line. I 
> still use the one I got on DevDays as my main phone as well as for 
> development. And I even bought a new N9 for my wife last week. Meego 
> phones are still here. Yay :)
> I know a bunch of people working in the Ulm office (Germany, close to 
> Munich), and several headhunters have tried to hired me for it as well. 
> I can't find out what it is they're doing there (and that's *so* 
> annoying), but they're still hiring Qt people for the office. You do the 
> math (not necessarily on this list, though).
> Bo Thorsen,
> Fionia Software.

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