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September 19th, 2011 | Lists
I did not know that!
I like it!
Believe it or not, “cute” is actually how the upstream Qt project pronounce it, and is considered the correct way. (I still call it Q.T. to avoid disambiguation and sounding silly, ie like at UDS: “Hey, have any of you seen the cute guys around?”
@Jonathan: Right! Someone reminding me to pronounce it “cute” was the catalyst for inventing pronunciations for other toolkits. (I was disappointed to learn that FLTK had an official pronunciation.) If pronounced correctly, “Qt Contacts” sounds like a dating service.
I’m calling my next program Creedence Clearwater Revival. It’ll be a cotton field management app. Dang! *spits on floor*
I’m calling my next program “Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia…”.
Qt is “cute” to differentiate it from QuickTime. It’s that simple.
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