Media praise for Programming with Qt

"A good book on the subject is published by O'Reilly and is called 'Programming with QT' by Matthias Kalle Dalheimer."
--Bruce Forsberg, Linux Gazette, May 15, 2003

"The ideal Qt introduction...a very well-written book, and a worthwhile read for all but the most advanced Qt programmers...this is probably the only Qt book you will ever need to buy. LinuxFormat rating 9/10."
--Maurice Kelly, LinuxFormat, August 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

"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

"a very solid guide."--Andrew Binstock, Software Development Times, April 15, 2002

"One of the richest and most complete guides of any GUI Toolkit books I read so far?All in all, this is the best Qt book out there--very easy to follow and read, and if you are into OOP C++ programming (either a KDE hacker or a developer trying to find a truly portable and capable toolkit or ifyou are an ex-BeOS developer), you should take a look on both Qt and the book. You won't regret it. Overall: 9/10."--Eugenia Loli-Queru,, March 4, 2002