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Qt Seminar in Chicago

If you are located in or near the Chicago land area, this Thursday, May 1, 2008, ICS will be holding a Qt Quickstart seminar. Registration is free and there is the ability to register for upcoming Qt Quickstarts in May for the Detroit, Michigan area as well as the Washington, D.C. area.

Thursday’s event here in Chicago is broken down as such: (Times are Central Standard Time (CST))


Doubletree Hotel Chicago Oak Brook
1909 Spring Road
Oak Brook, IL 60523
  • 08:30 – 09:00 – Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • 09:00 – 12:00 – Desktop Applications
  • 12:30 – 16:00 – Embedded Linux Applications

Hope to see you there!

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  • Mark Wyatt

    Please take the following as humorous (even if its not):

    I do hope that you are not a computer programmer. Why? Well

    i) I am not currently located in the Chicago area. Does this mean that ICSwill be holding a quickstart session or not?

    ii) What if i pass through the Chicago area? does that mean that at some time a quickstart session will exist, but when I leave Chicago, it won’t, leading to the very modern physics conclusion that it can only happen on May 1, but the only time that it exists is that other-than-May 1 date when I’m in the Chicago area? Err, hmm, I’ve got a headache.

    Somehow, this feels very like searching for elephants in Africa, of the longstanding joke.

  • Jim Campbell

    I won’t be able to make it, but I hope the session goes well. It’s pretty cool that you’re doing that.

  • Is this seminar beginner friendly?? I just started school for programing and have had a logic/design class and 2 C++ classes. Is this going to be over my head??

  • @thepeon: It will be close. The seminar will cover beginner topics in Qt, however it will be given as though the people attending have a little bit of C++ knowledge. Where are you taking classes at? That almost sounds like a class schedule at COD.

  • @nixternal, at DeVry. I have actually graduated from COD with a Fire Science degree. I wasn’t able to make it anyways. Maybe next time.

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