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Save your seat to Qt World Summit 2018 with Early Bird
It's back and bigger and better than ever! Early Bird tickets sale is now open for Qt World Summit in both Boston and Berlin. Again, you can join a full day of trainings before the actual Conference Day. The dates are:
29 October 2018 – Training Day
30 October 2018 – Conference Day
5 December 2018 – Training Day
6 December 2018 – Conference Day
Last year we were SOLD OUT, so be sure to secure your seat now with the Early Bird discount.

Buy Early Bird to #QtWS18 

Qt for Python
Creating User Interfaces with Qt for Python
The official technology preview of Qt for Python is launched! Qt for Python will supercharge your Python applications. While the Qt APIs are world renowned, there are more reasons why you should consider Qt for Python. The first official release of Qt for Python (Pyside2) comes with the Tech Preview flag. It is based on Qt 5.11 and currently supports Python 2.7, 3.5+ on Windows, macOS and Linux.
Qt meets certification standards
Qt meets certification standards
TÜV NORD certifies that the Qt Safe Renderer 1.0 meets the tool requirements of several standards and that it can be used as a software supporting tool in a software safety life cycle according to IEC 62304:2015(2006 + A1). Read more 
Qt tutorials
New Qt tutorials available
We have made a wide range of new Qt tutorials available lately. Check out for example how to integrate QML with C++
Upcoming Webinars

Qt Design Studio - The Designer Tool Development Teams Love
June 26, 9 am PT / 12 pm ET / 6 pm CEST

IIoT with Qt 5.11 featuring Qt for Automation
June 26, 2 pm CEST

Creating user interfaces with Qt for Python
August 7, 9 am PDT / 12 pm EDT / 6 pm CEST

Qt 3D Studio 2.0 Overview
August 15, 2 pm CEST

Recent Blogs

Qt Contributors’ Summit 2018 wrap-up by Tero Kojo, Community Manager at The Qt Company

Qt for Python 5.11 released by Alex Blasche, Senior R&D Manager at The Qt Company

Qt Creator 4.6.2 released by Eike Ziller, Principal Software Engineer at The Qt Company

Remote UIs with WebGL and WebAssembly by Michael Winkelmann, Advisor at The Qt Company

Released and Certified: Qt Safe Renderer – An ASIL-D Functional Safety Solution by Alistair Adams, Business program Manager at The Qt Company