This year's conf.kde.in - KDE India's annual conference on KDE/Qt technologies, was hosted in Amrita University's Amritapuri campus and it still feels kinda surreal indeed. Thankfully, it all unfolded well enough. It was the first time a KDE conference was being hosted in Southern India or at least in Kerala to the best of my … Continue reading conf.kde.in ’15 – My views
Conf.kde.in 2015 – KDE conference organized by passionate KDE India team. This year it took place in Amrita college, Kerala from 17th to 18th April. Schedule of these two days conference included talks on various KDE applications, Qt tutorial, how to contribute to KDE, etc. We also organized Qt workshop to give a hands-on feeling to attendees. Slides and pictures from conference are available.
Compared to past conf.kde.in, I felt venue of this year pretty different because this college had very cultural touch as it was near to Ahsram, it also had beautiful beach around 10 minutes walking distance from venue, beautiful backwater flowing very near to Guest house we were staying, also teachers of college were interested and involved as well throughout conference and were personally taking care whether everything is fine or not.
After registration, first day of conference started…
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