Nothing is like starting the new year with blank sheets of paper and color crayons! OK, Norwegian proverbs might not translate that well, but here we are: A new year, a new office, and a new employee (me)!
I can totally get used to lunches like this!
My name is Henrik Hartz, and I joined Espen and Marius January 2nd this year after working 7 years at Trolltech and Nokia. For the first week and a half I have been getting busy with existing projects while Espen and Marius are pushing new frontiers – for the time being focusing on an Android project.
Aside from 50% growth, we also moved to a new office – literally across the road from the old one. The new place is a lot larger – the three of us share an office – while we have a lunch-room (with a red couch and gaming system) and extra offices to spare. We want to grow even more this year.
After moving in – the place was in a bit of a shoddy state..
After a quick stop at IKEA, we got some new office furniture to get us ready for a busy New Year!
After organizing and cleaning up, we’re ready to take on the new year
We’re back from Qt Developer Days 2011 in Munich, Germany. What a great show! For those of you who werent’ there here is a small recap of what happened from our perspective. First, some pictures
Both Marius and I were presenting in Munich. Marius dissected the code of several of our apps, and explained how QStateMachine makes your life easier. The talk is available here:
I talked about Necessitas, Qt and Qt for Android and basically explained how you publish Qt apps on the Android market. That talk is available here:
Now we gotta work to catch up on other projects!
Posted in Android, Blackberry, Community, Conference, MeeGo, Nokia, Qt, Qt Quick, WiMP
Tagged android, android market, apps, cutehacks, meego, mobile, munich, n9, nokia, QML, Qt, qt quick, samsung
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