May 10, 1 pm EDT
CAN Bus offers speed, reliability and flexibility at an affordable cost, which makes it perfect for embedded applications requiring budget-friendly multi-processor communication. This brand-new ICS webinar offers an introduction to CAN Bus, and is directed at developers with no previous experience with CAN Bus or related technologies. Register Now >>
Welcome to ICS' April Newsletter
This month’s issue is packed with content to help you build better products quickly and cost effectively. For instance, our live webinar Maximizing High-Performance Applications with CAN Bus introduces this budget-friendly multi-processor communication technology, which offers speed, reliability and flexibility at an affordable cost.
If you're looking for an in-person learning opportunity, enroll in our Accelerate Time to Market workshop in Boston, Chicago, Denver and Atlanta. We'll show you how using our pipelining approach to product development can reduce the overall elapsed time of your next project. Also this month we’re featuring some of our work in the medical device realm, as well as blogging about Alexa’s growing intelligence, helpful Qt books, UX design leadership and other relevant topics that keep you current.
Mark Hatch, COO, ICS
In this FREE, half-day workshop in Boston, Chicago, Denver and Atlanta, we'll share real-world success stories highlighting projects designed and built using our UX and development pipelining approach, and show you why you should consider integrating pipelining into your own product development process. Register Now >>
Sunnyvale, CA — May 14 - 18
This hands-on, 5-day course teaches participants how to use Qt and Qt Quick to develop modern applications for embedded systems and touchscreens. Enroll Now >>
ICS is pushing the medical device industry forward with innovative products. Read More >>
Clients want the best possible outcomes for their projects, but sometimes they get in their own way. Here's how to guide them toward success. Read More >>
Sunnyvale, CA — June 11 - 15
This course provides an introduction to modern OpenGL using programmable shader pipelines. It introduces the use of the Qt framework for infrastructure and support to quickly achieve highly efficient and visually appealing interactive graphics applications. Enroll Now >>