Developing an intelligent product or application can be risky and costly. Despite advances in the tools, languages and hardware available to developers, software projects still run into trouble — they miss deadlines, hit intractable technical obstacles and run rampantly over budget.
But there are proven ways to avoid most of the obstacles that can derail your efforts. To help you keep your development work on track, we’ll share measures that set your project up for success, including tips on choosing the right hardware and a roadmap for prioritizing work. This is actionable advice based on more than 500 successful Qt projects and 15 years of experience.