Symbian SEE 2010: Nokia Qt & Taking Your App from Code-to-Coin

Despite sporting one of the arguably more unattractive logos of all time, Symbian’s SEE 2010 conference and exhibition will kick off in around a week from now on November 9th in Amsterdam.

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This developer shindig will feature an Application Developer Track and a Business of Apps Track coveing a range of technical topics, including how to get started on Qt, cross-platform development and leveraging web development tools.

On Day 1 Finnish developer guru Hannu Honkala will be introducing the Nokia Qt SDK for Symbian Application Development presentation and and Piotr Madej will present Building Your First WOW!! Symbian Application.

But enough of simply listing some of the more interesting session tracks, let us instead try and form some kind of stream of consciousness and list some of the main themes you might see and hear if you attend the show this year:

Close you eyes and think: slick User Interfaces, building new Video apps; over Wi-Fi; 3G Data; new music applications; rendering with OpenGL ES 2.0; global distribution and monetisation — and the quite beautifully crafted new term “Taking Your App from Code to Coin.”

Amsterdam with Symbian anyone…? Umm, I dunno – that logo really does honk.

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