2011-09-20 Leave a comment
I’ll be giving a two-day “In-depth multi-threading with Qt” training just after the DevDays in Munich, ie. Oct 27th-28th. The training language will be English. The training material is the one from the usual Qt training, but “seriously expanded” to fill the two-day schedule.
From the announcement:
This two-day training teaches how to use multithreading with the primitives provided by Qt. Participants will gain insight into multithreading problems in general, and how they pertain to Qt programs in particular.
Examples include how to offload work from the GUI thread, how to increase throughput to the maximum in your application, and optimal strategies for communication between threads.
The training covers topics such as cross-thread signal/slot connections, QThreadPool, QObjects and multithreading, QtConcurrent, QFuture, and Qt atomic operations.
Participants are expected to have a working knowledge of C++ and Qt. Prior experience with multithreaded programming is recommended, but not necessary. The course will start with a one hour multithreading refresher.
To book, visit http://www.kdab.com/schedule.
Until October 1st, you’ll save 200€ on the early-bird offer. Just use d94ec6fd in the Voucher(s) field.
Hope to see you there!