A few things to mention that I thought I’d just round up.
QtGui.QGridLayout -> System.Windows.Controls.Grid
First off, Symbian has been added to the Windows Phone Interoperability API to help developers with porting their Symbian apps to Windows Phone. What you get is a list of Qt API libraries and classes and selecting each class shows you the name, namespace and properties for the equivalent class to use in C#. So, for example, if you use the QML ProgressBar, you should use System.Windows.Controls.ProgressBar in your windows phone app. More interestingly, if you use a TabBarLayout, this corresponds to Microsoft.Phone.Controls.Pivot, and Flickable goes to a ScrollViewer. You will find most QtSensors classes equivalent in Microsoft.Device.Sensors. You get the idea.
Nokia Developer has a new blog for the N9 which is nice. The N9 Developer blog can be found here and will be a multi author blog, unsprisingly, directed at people developing apps for the N9 and will highlight tools, and device features and best practices for making quality apps.
GoodBye WomWorld, Hello Nokia Connects
Lastly, WomWorld/Nokia is no longer going to be featuring Nokia news from across the web and a goodbye post was added yesterday. This would be sad news, and I am thankful for the device trials and the experience of Nokia unfenced that they gave me, not to mention including a few of my posts on their site. However, Nokia Connects is here instead, with a nice new website to go with the new name. It’s great to see the work these folks do is going to continue and grow, and I hope Nokia Connects is a big success.