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Nokia Qt Training powered by MobileMonday Baltics in Riga, 8.-9. December 2010

Tuesday, 2010 Nov 23

Nokia is having hard times? Developing for Nokia is old-school? It is complex? Think again! MobileMonday Estonia, MobileMonday Lithuania and Nokia is proud to bring you Nokia QT training days for developers all around the region in Riga, Latvia, 8-9. December 2010.

Two days of professional couching, teaching, mentoring from a Nokia certified trainer and presentations from already well positioned mobile application developers and companies! If you're not a developer then this is an amazing opportunity to meet up for networking as MobileMonday event is held on the 8th of the December at the venue to relax a bit between the training days! The exact event schedule is to be confirmed - stay tuned!

Mainly hands-on-training is welcoming developers, either energetic juniors or professional seniors – everyone is welcomed to see, find out and try how it is to create mobile applications for Nokia mobile platform. The purpose of the course is to provide a quick start for creating and publishing Qt applications for mobile devices, especially for the N8 and other Symbian devices.

The course starts from the Qt basics and covers all the practicalities that make mobile Qt application development so convenient. Participants will gain insight on how concretely work with Qt projects on the Nokia Qt SDK for multiple platforms. Course also introduces the new Qt Mobility APIs and a set of approaches for porting existing mobile applications (Symbian, Android, iPhone) for Qt is provided. Also, we will take a look at QtQuick, the new User Interface Creation Kit in Qt.

Organizational Q&A:
What and when?
   Nokia QT training and MobileMonday, Riga, Latvia, 8-9. December, 2010.

How to get to Riga?
   Free shuttle busses will be provided from Tallinn (Estonia) and Vilnius (Lithuania) to Riga (and back). Busses leave on 8th and will be returning on 9th. Stay tuned for exact time plans!

The venue?
   Hotel Avalon, Riga

Place to stay?
   Hotel Avalon (70-72 Kalēju iela, Rīga 1050, Latvija). They will give us special prices for accommodation which is 48/EUR for single room/night and 54/EUR for double room/night. Everyone can make the reservation by contacting the hotel and saying NOKIA which is the secret word for getting discount.

More exact course info and plan?
   Course information updated daily at Forum Nokia

Do I need to pre-register?
   Yes!
   For the QT Training HERE
   For the MobileMonday event on 8th of December HERE

How much does it cost?
   The training, transportation and MobileMonday event is free of charge. Participants have to pay for their own overnight at Riga. You can either stay at venue Hotel Avalon or find a suitable place around – there are many in walking distance from the venue.

Reserve the dates 8-9. December 2010 for Riga and stay tuned at http://www.momoestonia.com or http://www.mobilemonday.lt

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I had Nokia E51, E63 previously. This phone(E72) looks and feels more hposisticated, screen resolution better. software faster.Memory space good.Key pad satisfactory but liked that on blackberry better. Ringtone volume average.(use sharp tones so that u hear it even at a distance). Voice clarity very good and sounds natural (provided ur service provider is good). Good signal strength. setting e mail inbox is very easy. I'm not a music fan or photography crazy. camera seems to be good anyway. I dont listen to music on mobile.I dont like wasting valuable battery life that way.

 Justus, 2011-12-19 16:34
This atrcile is a home run, pure and simple!

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