With the rise of the IoT, advances in machine learning, expanding applications for artificial intelligence, and similar disruptions, it’s clear that technological innovation is accelerating at warp speed. But with innovation comes risk. In this new ebook from ICS, Founder and CEO Peter Winston shows you how to manage risk in software product development. Based on insight and best practices gleaned from three decades on the front lines, Winston details critical issues to consider and lays out steps to take to cross the finish line. Download Now >>
Welcome to ICS' March Newsletter
Product development is a risky endeavor. Planning for the unknowns, assembling the right team and hitting the market while opportunity still exists are all critical to the success of any project. ICS' latest ebook offers tips intended to point you in the right direction as you innovate. You can read it here.
Also in this March issue of ICS Insights, you’ll find interesting perspectives on design leadership, helpful webinars on IVI, Qt and QML programming, and a selection of other content intended to help you in your job.
Peter Winston, CEO, ICS
April 26, 1 pm EDT
We'll outline an architecture for automotive media management that addresses the challenges of having media in a multitude of forms that originate from many disparate sources, as well as demonstrate a Qt-based implementation. Register Now >>
We've shown you how to set up Qt and Qt Creator on Windows and Linux systems. Here's a look at installation on MacOS. Read More >>
In this webinar, we explore the use of the right people and the right tools, as well as the top 10 things you need to know before using Qt. Download Now >>
When designing for large-format touchscreens, ensure the user can understand immediately how to navigate. Read More >>
To become a more design-driven company, like Apple or Intuit, you need the right policies in place. Read More >>
This is a five-day, in-depth introduction to Qt programming, primarily focused on using Qt Widgets and associated development tools, such as Qt Designer and Qt Creator. Students will experience the challenges of cross-platform development with exercises that involve porting applications from Windows to MacOS (or vice versa). Enroll Now >>
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, state-of-the-art, interactive graphics applications. The class covers basic topics, such as handling of geometry, graphics pipeline and transformations, as well as advanced topics, such as vertex, fragment and geometry shaders and their applications. Enroll Now >>