Videos: 18 Qt Training videos free from Nokia

| January 21, 2011 | 2 Replies

If you’ve got some good ideas, can put it to code and make it mobile app friendly, your creation can get really popular. Like that 14 year old’s angry birds toppling game and his version of a simple ball to target Physics Game (Like Numpty Physics on N900).

You can check them out at

The videos are part of the calling all innovators campaign/competition and the prizes are really quite something.  See this infographic below. The top 3 for either App or Games category wins:

  • 250,000USD Grand Prize for first place, plus 1.9Million USD backing with marketing campaign
  • 150,000USD Grand Prize runner up, plus 1.0 Million USD marketing campaign
  • I’m also confused, it says top three in each category wins 150,000, 50,000 and 25,000USD. Is that for each individual category i.e. 27 categories?
  • Top 250 downloaded free apps and top 250 downloaded paid apps gets a new Symbian^3 nokia device.

Titles consist of:

  1. Signing Up For A Forum Nokia Account
  2. Mobile Application usability on the N8 – Part A
  3. Mobile Application usability on the N8 – Part B
  4. Mobile Application usability on the N8 – Part C
  5. Mobile Application usability on the N8 – Part D
  6. Getting Started with Qt
  7. Overview of Qt Creator
  8. Using Qt Creator to Design Your First Applicataion
  9. What is Qt
  10. QMake, Widgets and Widget Layouts
  11. Signals and slots
  12. Strings, Files and Streams
  13. Main windows and Dialogs
  14. Qt Designer
  15. Qt Mobility – Part A
  16. Qt Mobility – Part B
  17. Qt Mobility – Part C
  18. Qt Mobility – Part D

The contest btw is for North America and is that big one Partnered with X7 slashing AT&T. But even if you’re not eligible to enter, it’s still worth watching some Qt training just in case you ever wanted to build apps/games on Qt. You’ll have Nokia’s huge portfolio of Qt enabled Symbian devices, MeeGo handheld, tablets (distributed via Ovi Store) as well as those coming from other MeeGo manufacturers (Via Intel AppUp).

via @chansearrington



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