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This training gives an introduction to various tools, which help developers and testers in finding bugs and performance issues.
The tools presented cover a wide range of problems, from general purpose debugging and CPU profiling to Qt specific high-level analyzers. Often, it is relatively simple to run a tool, but interpreting the results, or even just using some of the more advanced tools, requires deep technical knowledge.
The following tools will be covered:
For: Developers who want to find and fix problems
Prerequisites: To know the basics of C++, Qt and QML
Speaker: Thomas McGuire, Senior Software Engineer & Consultant, KDAB
Senior Software Engineer, consultant and trainer at KDAB, Thomas works on both widget-based and QtQuick-based projects, with a focus on embedded. He has actively developed with Qt since 2006 and is a contributor and approver in the Qt project. Thomas has contributed to the KDE project, mainly to the KDE PIM applications and libraries, and was maintainer of the KMail application. He has been a speaker at conferences like KDE’s Akademy and Qt Developer Days. Thomas holds an MSc in Computer Science. Thomas speaks English and German.
This training is targeted at people who are interested to combine the new features of C++11/C++14 with Qt5 (and, to a lesser extent, Qt 4.8). It will teach you all about the new C++11/C++14 features, but also throws in Qt-specific information, including how to structure your code so that a simple recompile with a C++14 compiler will make your applications both faster and use less memory.
For: C++ developers who want to upgrade their C++ skills
Prerequisites: To know the basics of C++ (the old standard). More advanced topics will be explained as needed. Knowing the basics of Qt is beneficial, but not required.
Speaker:Mike Krus, Senior Software Engineer, KDAB
Senior Software Engineer at KDAB UK, Mike has been developing with C++ since 1996 and Qt since 2004. He has a broad range of experience in scientific applications, mainly in civil engineering and oil & gas industries. His range of expertise includes C++, QML and interactive 3D visualization software design on desktop and mobile as well as MacOS development. He is very interested in building mobile applications with Qt, mainly on iOS. Mike has a PhD in Computer Science.
Qt 5.7 introduces the powerful new Qt 3D module that can be used to integrate 3D content into your Qt applications using C++ or QML. In fact, Qt 3D provides an extensible framework for soft realtime simulations, of which rendering is just one aspect. This 1 day training will introduce you to Qt 3D's features and APIs, show what you can achieve with them, and how Qt 3D can be extended by the user and by the Qt 3D authors in the future.
Along the way we will introduce the Qt 3D renderer and input systems and how they are built on top of a flexible, highly threaded, Entity Component System (ECS) architecture that scales very well and is ripe for future additions. You will learn:
For: Developers or Managers wishing to get an idea of what Qt 3D is about and learn how to make some attractive applications with 3D content in the process.
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of QML is helpful. No prior OpenGL or 3D experience is required.
Speaker: Sean Harmer, Senior Software Engineer and Director of KDAB UK, KDAB
Dr. Sean Harmer is a Senior Software Engineer and Director of KDAB UK. He has been developing with C++ and Qt since 1998, and in a commercial setting since 2002. Sean has a broad range of experience and is keenly interested in scientific visualization and animation using Qt and OpenGL. Sean is the maintainer of the Qt3D module and an experienced trainer in OpenGL and Qt. He holds a PhD in Astrophysics along with a Masters in Mathematics and Astrophysics.
A key ingredient in successful software development is the separation of presentation and business logic. Everyone knows that. A larger part of most applications is a list of things, and for those, Qt offers such separation using a model/view framework.
This presentation will introduce this framework and tell you how to develop models independent of whether they are to be displayed in a C++/Qt application or in a Qt Quick application. This training will dive into subjects such as:
For: Qt developers interested in model/view either from QML or from Qt Widgets
Prerequisites: A basic understanding of Qt.
Speaker: Jim Albamont, Senior Software Engineer, KDAB
Senior Software Engineer at KDAB. Jim has actively developed with Qt since 2001. He has a background in computer graphics and data visualization, including 6 years as the lead developer of a 3D visualization tool for financial data built with Qt and OpenGL. He holds an MSc in Computer Science and has held Qt training classes throughout the US.
This one-day course focuses on several of the more complex areas of QML and presents tips, tricks, best practices, and common areas of confusion and error. Instruction will be based on real-world experience developing customer applications for mobile, embedded and desktop.
Among the topics covered:
Prerequisites: The course is for developers already familiar with the basic concepts of Qt and QML.
Speaker: Justin Noel, Senior Consulting Engineer, ICS
Justin is a Senior Consulting Engineer and Qt Certified Instructor at Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS). He has taught Qt and Qt Quick/QML material to both public and corporate audiences for many years. He has also written and conducted seminars on object-oriented GUI design techniques. Justin has a degree in computer engineering technology from Northeastern University and enjoys gadget tinkering, fixing cars and playing hockey in his spare time.
The proliferation of tablets and smartphones has raised customers’ expectations of anticipated interaction with any device. If any system with a touchscreen is not as responsive a tablet, users are immediately disappointed. Every year, the bar is set higher and it is important to recognize that compared to desktop systems, users of these new touch-enabled devices have different goals and expectations. This full-day session for software developers will cover valuable User Experience (UX) concepts and techniques to consider before engaging in core development of an embedded systems application. We will present various scenarios and UX best practices, discuss User Interface (UI) prototyping and testing strategies, examine case studies and work through a design problem.
Speaker: Jeff LeBlanc, Director of UX, ICS
Jeff is the Director of User Experience (UX) at Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS). A Qt Certified Trainer, Jeff has extensive experience developing custom Qt solutions with a strong focus on applying human-factor principles to user-interface design. He earned both a BS and MS in computer science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), where he taught for years as an adjunct faculty member. In his free time Jeff enjoys kayaking, archery and hiking New Hampshire’s White Mountains with his rescue dog, Alex.
Speaker: Don Goetz, Senior UX Designer, ICS
Don Goetz is a Senior User Experience (UX) Designer at Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc (ICS). He has extensive experience in all aspects of the user experience design life cycle including wire-framing, user/usability testing, and heuristic analysis. He has worked on project for a variety of industries with a recent focus on designing for touch and "unconventional" interfaces. He earned his BS in Information Design and Corporate Communication from Bentley University. In his free time, Don is an avid board game enthusiast, enjoys playing soccer and bicycling, and loves to travel with his wife, Nikki.
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This is a 3 day event starting with the pre-conference training day followed by two days of keynotes and breakout sessions covering everything from strategy planning and project management to deep technical dives into C++ libraries, APIs and UI development:
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