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Qt Kwan-Do

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Do you consider yourself a Qt expert, but want to learn how to turbo-charge your programming efficiency while using Qt? Join this session and learn from Qt gurus the tips and tricks you need to get …

Do you consider yourself a Qt expert, but want to learn how to turbo-charge your programming efficiency while using Qt? Join this session and learn from Qt gurus the tips and tricks you need to get the most out of Qt, get more done in less time and generally look better than your co-workers.

Presentation by Mirko Boehm and Till Adam resp. Romain Pokrzywka held during Qt Developer Days 2009.

http://qt.nokia.com/developer/learning/elearning


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  • 1. Qt Kwan Do
  • 2. Overview
  • 3. Overview
  • 4. Architecture and Class Design New arguments? To the front! Look, ma, no signals or slot. Mixed signals
  • 5. More Signals and Slots It's the end of the world, as we know it. (And I feel fine.) Everybody all together now.
  • 6. QObject and implict sharing in Qt Have you lost weight? The cosmological const
  • 7. Custom Painting Give me a lever long enough and a place to stand, and I can move the earth. In the event of my paint ...
  • 8. Dialog Management What's wrong with this code?
  • 9. Dialog Management Odd, but necessary.
  • 10. Event Handling and Reentrancy
  • 11. Event Handling and Reentrancy
  • 12. Model/View The model model. It does not move. Love by proxy.
  • 13. Concurrency Sometimes it can be a lot to process.
  • 14. Concurrency
  • 15. Algorithms and Containers for each Do you want some Q with that vector? We'll swap that for you, Sir.
  • 16. QImage and QPixmap Will it blend? The end of the Golden Rule.
  • 17. Only use in self defense.