Over the last several months, I’ve been really busy with my coauthor getting my latest book, Beginning Nokia Apps Development finished. Although not a project sponsored by my employer, it’s been exciting working on a book that connects so closely with what I do in the office day-to-day, and my management at Nokia Research Center has been very supportive of the effort, letting me do some of the last-minute edits and tweaks as the schedule got down to the wire. Now that we’re in the last phases of editing (galley proofs, anyone?), I’ve got more time to talk about what I’ve been doing with Qt on mobile devices and other stuff.
As a result, expect a slow but steady stream of posts here in the next several weeks, largely focused on small tips and tricks for working with Qt, especially the Qt Meta-Object Language (QML).