Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th May 2008 08:54 UTC, submitted by elsewhere
Qt Yesterday, Trolltech released the final version of Qt 4.4, their graphical toolkit which forms the base for, among a lot of other things, the KDE project. It still features the dual-license model (of course), so proprietary developers can license Qt, while open source developers can get a GPLd version (both GPL 2 as well as 3). Read on for a quick overview of the new features, as well as some findings by Ars Technica.
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by protomank on Thu 8th May 2008 13:07 UTC
protomank
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2006-08-03

>I don't know where you live, but C++ developers are around $65k and up, per year.

I live in Brazil, work for HP as junior developer and get paid less than $20k.
Looks like it's time to for for other company or change country :-(

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