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Old 09 September 2012   #1
CGWorkshops: Introduction to PyQt in Maya



Join Lucasfilm Animation's Malcolm "Chocolossus" Thomas-Gustave as he shares his PyQt secrets and techniques with you.

By the end of this 8 week workshop you should have a broad spectrum knowledge of PyQt that will allow you to tackle problems by knowing where to look for solutions. Along the way, you'll learn to setup PyQt properly, understand the structure of classes and subclassing and become familiar with PyQt's core syntax.

For a detailed week by week course guide check out CGWorkshops .

Finally, you'll create a personal project using everything you've learned to help you handle taks in your field.

Don't miss this workshop, enroll now !

Please note: This workshop is suitable for Intermediate Python Users. Malcolm will be using Maya 2012 for the class, but anything above 2011 should be fine. You'll be using PyQt and Qt in the class so you're welcome to get that up and running beforehand.
 
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