"I recommend Programming with Qt. It provides a comprehensive overview of the library, from basic controls and text processing to graphics and event handling" -- Alan C. Moore, Ph.D., Delphi Informant, May 2002
"If you want to use Qt, or just know what it can do, this is essential reading." -- Major Keary, AUSOM & AUSOM News, June 2002
A very well-written book, and a worthwhile read for all but the most advanced Qt programmer. -- Maurice Kelly, LinuxFormat, August 2002
one of the richest and most complete guides of any GUI Toolkit books I've read so far. -- Eugenia Loli-Queru, OSNews.com, March 4, 2002
About the Author
Matthias Kalle Dalheimer is the President & CEO of Klar?lvdalens Datakonsult AB, a virtual company with employees spread out over Northern and Central Europe. They specialize in platform-independent software development, often using Qt, of course. Kalle is a core team member of the KDE Project, where he has held lots of voluntary positions, including library maintainer and evangelist. He currently maintains the KLyX and KChart applications. In his spare time, Kalle continuously rebuilds his old farm in the middle of the Swedish forests where he lives with his wife, his son, and his soon-to-be-expected second child; helps his son build up wooden miniature railways; and enjoys hikes in the forest, gardening and carpentry. Kalle has written and translated a number of books for O'Reilly & Associates, among others a (German) book about KDE and (together with Matt Welsh and Lar Kaufman) Running Linux.