Lars Knoll‘s plenary is entitled, Qt as a C++ Framework: History, Present State and Future.
This address is a good overview for those that are new to Qt and offers a look into the future for those that are using Qt now. From the abstract:
Qt is one of the largest and most widely used C++ frameworks. It is fully cross-platform, covering all functionality required to develop advanced graphical applications. The talk will go through important parts of Qt’s history from it’s roots to what it is today. We will have a look into the relation between Qt and C++, some of the design philosophies driving the evolution of Qt. I’ll go through the current state of the frameworks, latest releases, ongoing development focus, and give an outlook into the future.
This is a valuable opportunity to get an insider’s understanding of one of the most successful frameworks in C++.