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All set for the Qt World Summit 2016

The time has come and all systems are go for the Qt World Summit 2016. This year’s event takes place at the Pier 27, San Francisco Cruise Ship Terminal, The Embarcadero in San Francisco, CA, USA.

The dates for the 13th annual summit will take place over a period of three days starting from October 18 to 20 of the same month. The Qt World Summit is an annual flagship Qt event that showcases the latest in technology and innovation surrounding the Qt Framework, partners and related stake holders.

Highlights of the Qt World Summit 2016 Event

At the summit, you will expect to hear how Qt software is driving the future of IoT, how to maximize on development for Desktop, mobile and embedded devices through demos and keynotes across multiple industries.

Attendees will be given opportunities to network with like minded industry peers where you can engage with mentors, potential customers, partners and Qt experts. Developers will benefit from learning new technologies and techniques that help improve the general experience and productivity. Businessmen will learn new ways of maximizing on the potential the industry presents.

The conference kicks off with pre-conference training on the 18th. Other activities come on schedule from the 19th. These include keynotes as well as business sessions and technical sessions which cover the last two days.

There will also be lightning talks and and exhibition where one can experience the best of the best in the Qt ecosystem.

Qt Prodigy Bar is back with a bang. Through appointments of us to 30 minutes sessions, attendees can engage in private technical session with the Qt Company experts on anything from simple code reviews to architecture and component assistance.

Last but not least is the evening Qt party where it all culminates in a time of fun with buffet dinner, drinks and entertainment while you exchange pleasantries with other Qt enthusiasts.

Registration is still ongoing and you can get more details here.

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