’15 – My views

This year's - 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 ’15 – My views


Handling multiple versions of Qt

  If you're interested in knowing the current version of Qt that you're using, open up a terminal and type in the command Qt is something that you'll definitely require if you're using or more precisely developing KDE applications. Not only is the KDE SC written in Qt but most applications require different versions of … Continue reading Handling multiple versions of Qt