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Mobile Linux, QT and the Desktop

Open Mobile Exchange
Location: F150/151 Level: Novice
Average rating: ***..
(3.67, 3 ratings)

Nokia acquired mobile linux pioneer Trolltech. Benoit a founder and CTO of Trolltech talks about the future of Mobile Linux and more importantly Nokia’s plans for QT , the desktop , the mobile and how you can access the tools and code to start your own projects.

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Benoit Schillings

Trolltech, a Nokia Company

Benoit joined Trolltech in October 2005 serving as Chief Technologist responsible for leveraging Trolltech’s existing technologies and services in addition to strengthening the company’s ability to bring new technologies quickly to market.

Mr. Schillings was a principal contributor to the launch of Be Incorporated, where he designed, developed and implemented the technically acclaimed BeOS. More recently, Schillings comes to Trolltech from his position as CTO at Openwave Systems where he was responsible for the structure, design and operation of Openwave Phone Suite Version 7. In 2003, he was named Distinguished Engineer for his influential work in the conception of “top to bottom” integrated software for mass-market phones. Benoit attend UCL in Belgium and has a B.S in Computer Science. When not on a plane, Benoit enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters and working on robotic telescopes.

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