Qt Virtual Tech Con 2020 is coming up in a couple of days and we’re already buzzing! The exhibition will be streaming live from the 12th-13th of May 2020.
This two-day virtual conference will provide a great opportunity to learn about the latest hot topics in Qt development. Get first-hand insights into creating high performing cross-platform applications. Qt Pros are sharing their best practices on how to design great UI & UX apps through videos, tutorials, interactive presentations, and dozens of Q&A and live sessions.
We are excited to reconnect with our fellow software engineers again. Our CEO & Co-Founder, Chris, will share his insights about the best practices of mobile-optimized apps and the challenges you face before publishing them.
Registering for The Event
You can select the session and set the reminder in your calendar during the online registration process. Don’t worry if you can’t make it as the talk will also be recorded and will be available on the Qt live event page.
Meet Our Speaker
Chris, the CEO & Co-Founder of Felgo, has vast experience in cross-platform app development with Qt and has also been a key speaker at many Qt conferences before. He also shared his expertise at Qt World Summit four times in a row and won the “Most Innovative Talk” award.
The Session Presented by Felgo in Detail:
Whether you’d like to bring your existing Qt application to mobile or develop your own mobile-optimized version, you will face many challenges before being able to publish it. In this talk, you will have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge and learn how to overcome mobile optimization challenges on iOS and Android. Join us on May 12th 2020:
Our talented Qt developers carefully selected the best and most relevant Felgo articles to help you warm up for the conference.
Happy reading & happy coding!
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