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Webinar: Qt on Ubuntu Core

Are you interested in developing Qt on Ubuntu Core? Learning how to package Qt apps as snaps? And the solutions they bring to the world of Digital Signage?

If so, join us for a webinar. You will learn the following:

  • Introduction to Ubuntu and Qt in digital signage
  • Why use Qt for digital signage
  • Packaging Qt apps as snap
  • Dealing with hardware variants and GPUs in Ubuntu Core

Date: Wednesday 22nd February 2017
Time: 17:00 – 18:00 (GMT)
Speakers: Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen: Product Manager (The Qt Company), Pat McGowan: Director of Developer Tools and Apps (Canonical)

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Nils Christian Roscher-Nielsen, Product Manager, The Qt Company
Nils is a Qt Product Manager, responsible for Qt Lite as well as a focus on customer relations and content development, after many years as a technical sales engineers. He also serves as a Qt evangelist at tradeshows and conferences. In his role, Nils is responsible for evaluating The Qt Company’s product offering, driving the long term roadmap creation, managing the technology evaluation stage and serves as a key technical adviser and product advocate for Qt. He has worked closely with Qt for the past eight years in Trolltech, Nokia, Digia and now The Qt Company. He holds a M.Sc. degree in Engineering Cybernetics from the Norwegian University of Technology and Science NTNU. Nils is currently based in Oslo, Norway.

Pat McGowan; Director of Developer Tools and Apps, Canonical

John Kourentis, VP Sales and Partnerships, Canonical

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