Welcome to ICS' February Newsletter
This month’s issue is jam-packed with content! From a new live webinar to help you develop using Qt on the low-cost Raspberry Pi to a new in-person course on user experience design for embedded devices (plus additional sessions on OpenGL and programming with Qt for embedded devices), we have your Qt-related training needs covered.
You’ll also find an insightful article detailing our pipelining product development approach from a UX perspective and a technical piece on Qt 5.10’s QRandomGenerator. This issue also wraps up our popular Developer’s Bag of Tricks series, with the final two installments focusing on GammaRay and integrated development environments.
And if that’s not enough to keep you busy, you can check out the blog IoT Device Security is Being Seriously Neglected written by The Aberdeen Group (and yes, quoting yours truly).
Happy reading! And, as always, if you find this information valuable please share it with your colleagues.
Peter Winston, CEO, ICS
A pipelining approach allows you to prioritize UX while still providing your dev team with adequate time to work on system features. Read More >>
Check out these helpful IDE tools suitable for Qt development. Read More >>
Waltham, MA — March 22
This 1-day course for software developers covers critical UX concepts and challenges to consider before engaging in core development of an embedded-systems application. Enroll Now >>
This webinar will give you an overall understanding of Yocto, the advantages it offers, and the basic process for using it to create an embedded Linux distribution. Download Now >>
To close out our Qt Developer's Bag of Tricks series, we look at a few tools that didn't fit other categories. Read More >>
Sunnyvale, CA — March 19 - 23
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 >>
Waltham, MA — March 26 - 30
This hands-on, five-day course teaches participants how to use Qt and Qt Quick to develop modern applications for embedded systems and touchscreens. Enroll Now >>