In India, KDE awesomeness never stops, and this is going to be the case even at GNUnify 2013 at Pune. GNUnify is hosted every year at Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies & Research in Pune and composed of talks and workshops.
What kool stuff are we doing?
Coming to KDE, we have a full day track on Day1 of the event, which is on Friday 15th February. We are going to tell you about what KDE is, how we use Qt – one of the world's most powerful cross platform development framework, what kinds of applications one can contribute to in KDE. The attendees will come to know about the large variety of projects within KDE – from Photo Management to Office Suite to Learning science.
Who should attend?
Are you interested in writing cross platform native applications? Interested in participating in one of the biggest Free Software communities? Or, you'd love to work with awesome people from around the world and learn how to write effective code? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is for you!
Also, if you are a student, there are even more reasons for you to attend – we are going to make sure that the workshop/tutorials are straightforward so that when you go back home, you'll be writing Qt apps in no time!
Want to reach the KDE India community?
The KDE India community is one of the most biggest and vibrant Free Software communities in India. You can reach us (and join us in creating awesome software)-
- KDE India mailing list https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde-india
- Our identi.ca profile, or our twitter handle
- Facebook page for KDE India
- #kde-in on Freenode IRC