Welcome to ICS' June Newsletter
こんにちは Konnichiwa! I’m in Japan this week for the Automotive Linux Summit, which connects the developer community driving innovation in automotive Linux with the vendors and users providing and using the code. ICS is actively involved in this space — we develop in-vehicle infotainment systems for traditional models and design clean, appealing interfaces for autonomous vehicles — so we’re in Tokyo as a sponsor of this important industry event.
Speaking of auto, in this issue, you can read about ICS’ work with The Qt Company integrating Amazon Alexa into passenger cars. Next month we’ll share more of what we’ve been up to relative to the auto industry.
This issue also includes helpful blogs on building a ZeroMQ library and how to recognize anti-patterns, as well as two UX design-themed articles.
As for live events, we have two for you this month: Part 2 of our Qt for Beginners webinar series is set for June 26, and our Pipelining UX with Product Development webinar is scheduled for June 28. We’re also offering a live course, Qt for Desktops, in Waltham July 30-Aug. 3.
That should be enough to keep you busy for a time. Talk to you next month!
Peter Winston, CEO, ICS