Academic training centers around the world
I hope that lovely Qt become the first development environment in the world,so why trolls don't provide training centers in every capital in the world,I hope they make one in Syria - damascus
That would be a lot of centers. And they have their partners like E-Gits, KDAB, ICS ... which do trainings. And I think there are much more places where you can get Trainings on Qt.
They also provide Qt in Education material which I currently use for my trainings: http://qt.nokia.com/services-partners/qt-in-education/
And I think the community should try to push Qt into University, this is what I am doing these days :)
Find a University, make a presentation on Qt (I did it three times) then suggest to University why Qt is good idea to be in the curriculum and I am sure they will be interested as well.
[quote author="syrianzoro" date="1292694703"]I hope that lovely Qt become the first development environment in the world,so why trolls don't provide training centers in every capital in the world,I hope they make one in Syria - damascus[/quote]
Troll's will provide you material ,documents, and presentation slides.
They are working for the Qt development framework and working for Qt.
About opening of training center the Troll can give you more detailed answer.
Yeah, Qt Education materials are quite good, and I'm thinking about to start a course next year. Unfotunately my University doesn't teach it, and I think Nokia should push Qt into the curriculums. I'm an electrical engineer student, and even I'm interested in, than the ITs? :)
Qt is a great tool I think to make our applications more sophisticated, and it can be useful for engineers too as our example shows it.
[quote author="CreMindES" date="1293639048"]Unfotunately my University doesn't teach it, and I think Nokia should push Qt into the curriculums. I'm an electrical engineer student, and even I'm interested in, than the ITs? :)
At my university it is quite easy to get a student job, if you know Qt. Seems that many research teams are using it. However C++ won't get back in the curriculum and thus Qt won't either. Maybe if some fancy new language succeeds Java and has a nice binding to Qt.
Sorry for the off topic...
The questions about the curriculum are alwasy quite comlicated, not to mention the answers..., especially if it comes to such deegre programs. And I got angry a few times lately about my curriculum...
We learn C as we need it, and some C++. But I think it's very useful to know a few other programming languages, it broadens our horizons and improve our thinking about problems. And of course Qt is a big help and great tool, so I will try my best to make an offical or a not so offical course at my departure about Qt.