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Learn how to create WRT & all about Qt. Be on your way to success with simplicity!

Attend Success with Simplicity Workshop by Forum Nokia to know all about how Web Runtime (WRT) extends the Web Browser in Nokia Devices to enable users to experience widgets. Discover how you as a developer can offer an optimized web experience that a user can access with a single click. Transform the web into a truly personal mobile experience. Discover integration with features of Symbian through Nokia Platform Services 2.0.
The day will also feature a comprehensive overview of the Qt programming framework and how it helps overcome barriers to entry into mobile applications development.

Discover the power of its APIs that work in a similar way to other desktop APIs. Explore how Qt delivers the same APIs for Symbian, Maemo, and desktop applications to benefit from:

» Simplified Applications development in reduced time.
» Multiple platforms portability for increased opportunity for application sales.

WRT and QT enthusiastic can read more about this here:

http://www.codeofpartnership.com/home.html

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Not sure how much (if any) of this has to do with J2ME. Last time I looked, QT was for C. But still, good to know.
 
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the next workshop now is on 26th April,2010 in Singapore and Philippines. Checkout the venue and agenda from the link mentioned above...
 
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