[quote author="Denis Kormalev" date="1294408528"]The only problem about this page is that it is group wiki, so you need to join the group if you will find something.[/quote]
How so? The wiki is visible to anyone -- group member or not. Or are you referring to the search? I was under the impression that the site search doesn't care, what kind of page it is. It's only the tags that don't integrate with groups (on purpose).
[quote author="Immii" date="1293133937"]i wish if some one could write one Qml program which gives whole Qt class chart with little animation of relation ship of each class like inheritance and container ship of something like that. That would be really cool.
If it makes any easier I will take w/o the animations! :)
p.s. I printed the chart but have to say that I will need glasses before I can read any of it... :(
me and my boss did some research on the links given by you all. Looks like kdab and ics are two Nokia certified partners for Qt Training. hopefully my boss will get some fund to put all of us with either of Qt experts hands for few days.
Well, I just took the advanced tests (in beta) last week at the Dev Days in München. Vladimir was right, a lot of the questions were about making statements on a piece of code. That was better than what I remember of the Essentials exam last year. Still, there were a few questions that required knowing something by heart that I thought was something that you'd normally just quickly look up in the docs. I can not be more specific on this public forum (you have to sign an NDA on the contents of the exam). Still, this happened less in the advanced exams than in the essentials one, and I don't think it is much of an issue if you have sufficient exprience with Qt: you'll make it anyway is my idea.
P.S. Turns out I was right before when I suggested I should start studying for this years dev days :-)