Free crash course in Qt for C++ developers - a blog post series
Two days ago I published the fourth post in the series and thought it would now be a good time to look for additional feedback here on the Qt forum.
The aim of the series (as mentioned in the first post) is to inspire more people to start using Qt. My ambition is to answer the following questions "what is the gist of Qt?"; "what is the 20% that you need to know to develop 80% of the application?"; "what are the perhaps unknown unknowns?". In other words, I'm just covering basics: enough to understand the concepts and where to find additional information should you need it.
Do you agree with the direction of the series so far? Here is the link to the first post:
I appreciate your time and would be very happy if you had any feedback.
Hi and welcome to devnet,
thanks for your work. I did read part one and I'm very satisfied so far.
So I added the link to your blog in our link collection
Thanks again for all the following blog entries :)
Just thought about something, would be referenced on https://planet.qt.io be of interest to you ?
@SGaist I thought the same too, but I think a RSS feed is necessary therefore.
I'm happy to hear that you've enjoyed what you've read so far. Also, thanks for adding the blog to the link collection, much appreciated!
It's on my todo list to add RSS - I'm planning to look into it next week.
You can create the pull request once your feed is ready :)