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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello everyone!

    I've been hovering around this board soaking up information, but I have a question I couldn't find a good answer for, so I've finally registered.

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    Lightbulb Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hi all,

    Hope to have some gr8 learnings here.
    cheers,

    -suchit

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Dear all, I'm new and would like to say hello to all !
    Best Regards

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hi guys, and welcome.
    Feel free to post questions and help others.
    Last edited by high_flyer; 23rd March 2007 at 11:06.

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello everyone. I'm an Amarok developer and am learning Qt4.

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    Default Greeting from Argentina!

    New to QtCentre, I just followed the indication to say hello, so... Hello everybody :-)

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    Talking Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Helooooooooooooooooooooooo all....
    So glad I found a place to learn Qt.

    Like many, I too have been asked to learn Qt4 by my company. Till then I had no idea about this thing.

    Now I am excited....[ Gonna be the next bigshot in Qt ]

    Thank you all those who are responsible for creating this forum and maintaining it in this wonderful way...


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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello,

    Finaly a good community for Qt developers...
    =)


    Regards from Norway.

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello,

    I'm new her and hope I will learn a lot.

    cu, Bernd

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hi all,

    I'm a new Qt developer since February this year, picking it up to hopefully help a venerable piece of open-source Windows music software become cross-platform

    I'm finding Qt really great to learn, in no small degree down to the excellent Qt Assistant! It's great to have such quick access to the API.

    Hope I can learn some things at QtCentre and hopefully help others when I know it well enough

    Cheers,
    Neil

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Greetings to you Qt people!
    Let the Fun be with you!

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Greetings to all QtCentre old and new users.

    I come in peace.

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    Default hello

    hi ,

    i am new member of this group

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    Default Just saying hey

    I am new to gui programming and qt. I haven't been programming too long, so I still have tons to learn, but I have been known to have a golden nugget of advice now and again.

    Hope to give info as well as I get it...

    -mark

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    Thumbs up Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hi All !! This is rather neat...a forum where feedback is ENCOURAGED !!
    My background is electronics, my hobby is music and my history in programming started back at the dawn of computers. My first program was in dbase, I moved on to IBM's Visualage C++ for OS/2 (yep...the one with all the bugs ) but I persisted for 7 long years, got my database app finished to find it had serious problems ... and that's why I'm here. I've heard Qt is THE ide to use, it as a fine reputation and so far, it looks sooooo much easier to learn. My objective is to re-write my business app in Qt, and when done, (sadly) ditch OS/2 for Linux. (I've never been a windows user).

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    I've heard Qt is THE ide to use, it as a fine reputation and so far, it looks sooooo much easier to learn.
    Welcome!
    Just one small correction:
    Qt is NOT and IDE - its a GUI framework (which by now does many additional things to GUI).
    Feel free to post any questions you have, and help others if you can.

    Cheers.
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    Default Hi to everyone!!!!

    Hi, I'm using Qt3 and i have found this forum.....I just want to say hello to every member of the site......see you in other forums.

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    Default Re: Hi to everyone!!!!

    Welcome to Qt and to the forum!
    Feel free to ask and answer as many questions as you can!
    Have fun!
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    Do you write clean code? - if you are TDD'ing then maybe, if not, your not writing clean code.

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello everyone! I've started using QT since some days and I find them really nice and fun to use

    I am trying to use them to develop multi-platform network applications, with GUI, in Solaris and Windos. Wish me good luck

    I hope I'll see you around soon in this forum, bye!

    Giacomo

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    Default Re: Hello QtCentre (You can say "Hello" here)

    Hello, everybody

    Just wanted to Say Hi to everybody.
    Recently I started using Qt4 for simple "HelloWorld"-level GUIs, and found it cool.
    Now I would like to understand Qt in more details.

    Best wishes,
    Alexandr

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