Off to DevDays

I'm packing and trying not to forget anything, because my brain will be in auto-pilot-mode tomorrow at 4:50 when the taxi comes around to start my journey to DevDays'09 in Munich.

I'm really looking forward to this, and this year, I'll even get to speak a few words in the Qt in Education track on Monday. But the biggest upside is to meet all the people in real life. I'm especially looking forward to meeting the QtCentre crew - and all the trolls of course.



I've finally made the switch on one of my working, production mode, computers. The switch from KDE 3.x to 4.2.2 (I think - whatever Kubuntu comes with). I must admit having been sceptical to all the hype about plasma here, plasma there. Social desktop? I want my old workstation look and feel - I thought.

I absolutely love KDE 4. There is so much new, but everything that is different feels intuit. My very favorite feature is, this far, the device notifying plasmoid. Not having to show the desktop to mount, open or unmount my USB-stick is just - smart and intuit.

Now all I have to do is to find out how to change the clock to a 24h mode... (just noticed, taking the screenshot, after using the desktop for a week...)


Speaking - live!

To all of you in the Stockholm region, I will speak about Qt at ECS'09, the GUI session. Go there, it will be fun. I've even got source code in my slides :-)