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Qt Commercial Open Enrolment Training Course – Embedded Focused

May 7-11th 2012, Thistle - Palace Suite, 49 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0QT

This five day in-depth training course will be based on theory and hands on experience using Qt and QML in cross platform application development. The training will be held by a highly experienced Qt Commercial instructor from Digia.

The Qt commercial training includes:
• Experienced instructor led training with numerous hands on programming exercises
• Qt Commercial roadmap update
• Special user experience session
• Digia, Qt commercial training material
• Digia, Qt commercial course certificate
• FREE voucher to the Qt certification test – value €149
• Lunch and coffee on all five days

What is needed:
• Prior experience in C++ development
• Laptop

To reserve a place visit http://www.digia.com/en/Qt/About-us/Events/Open-Enrolment-Training-Course-London-7-11-May-2012/

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