The Yocto Project® is a collaborative Open Source project that provides templates and tools to create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products. Join this webinar to gain an overall understanding of Yocto. Register Now >>
Welcome to ICS' January Newsletter
Want to build great products quickly? If so, this issue is for you! It’s jam-packed with info on the user experience in product development, including blogs on best practices and usability testing, a workshop on the business of UX, and a new course on UX design for software developers. You’ll also find an article from me about the benefits of a pipelining approach to product development — an approach that greatly speeds the process by allowing UX and development to occur simultaneously.
Also included this month are details for registering for tomorrow’s don’t-miss live Yocto webinar, which presents an excellent introduction to the framework, and details on Qt, OpenGL and Raspberry Pi training opportunities. You’ll also find Part 7 of our Developer’s Bag of Tricks series, which explores at simulators and emulators.
Mark Hatch, COO, ICS
Join us for complimentary half-day workshops in Chicago, IL (March 6) and Denver, CO (March 7) that will leave you with an understanding of the business of UX and a new approach to product planning. Register Now >>
Applying lessons learned from hardware development to speed time-to-market for your next software-dependent product. 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 >>
In part 7 of our Qt Developer's Bag of Tricks series we look at some popular virtualization products. Read More >>
Following these best practices will ensure your user experience design and development process is focused and effective. Read More >>
Designing a new product? Usability testing helps you address problems early, with the least impact on your budget and schedule. Read More >>
Sunnyvale, CA — March 19 - 23
This hands-on 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 >>
This webinar introduces the Raspberry Pi, an ultra-low-cost ($5-$35) credit-card sized Linux computer. Register Now >>
ICS will exhibit at BIOMEDevice Boston, home to the largest showcase of medtech industry suppliers in the region. Learn More >>