[Interest] Last week for Call for Papers for Qt DevDays North America - Deadline Sept 28

Amy Zinkann amyzinkann at ics.com
Mon Sep 24 19:38:55 CEST 2012

The Qt DevDays Conference North America (Dec 5-7 in Santa Clara, CA) is
seeking conference topics, panel discussions, end user case studies, and
tutorials which would be of interest to the Qt development community.

Subjects will be targeted at Qt desktop and embedded as well as mobile
applications. Additionally we will explore the state of the industry and
the future of Qt as well as subjects of interest to people just getting
started with Qt.

We are specifically interested in presentations related to the following
topics. If you have the expertise to share your Qt knowledge in these
areas, please contact us.

• Qt on the Android platform
• Qt on iOS (iPhone and iPad)
• Qt3D
• QtWebKit
• Qt and C++11
• Qt Platform Abstraction (Lighthouse)

We are also inviting proposals for presentations in a wide variety of areas:

• Qt product development stories (experiences, process, challenges,
differentiation — open source and commercial projects are welcome )
• Qt and hardware platforms, supported and unsupported
(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
• and other things you think are of interest to Qt developers

We welcome submissions on any other Qt related topic. Be creative—the
program committee will look at each and every submission to create a
vibrant and interesting conference.

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