Do you have a cool application idea or want to distribute your tools to non-technical users?
Join our Introduction to Qt series to learn how to create your first interface with PyQt/PySide! We will go over how to create simple interfaces, some of Qt concepts, and how to put everything together to create a more complex interface.
Session 1 - Jan 11
How to write an interface with a button that execute code
Session 2 - Jan 25
How to get various user inputs and pass them to our internal code
How to navigate Qt documentation
Sessions 3-5 - Feb 8 | Feb 22 | Mar 8
Signals and Slots
How to create your own widget
How to combine various elements to create a more complex interface
Beginner-intermediate to intermediate knowledge of Python since we will focus on Qt itself. Instructions on how to create a test environment will be shared before Session 1 on both Slack and GitHub.
Jessica started to work in the movie industry as an artist. She learned how to code to automate some of her tasks and fell in love with software engineering. She has spent the last decade and more creating data pipelines, VFX and animation tools, automating processes and managing large scale data-flow, in particular for machine learning.
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