Training and Education
All QNX training courses are hands-on, instructor led using real-world examples to give your development team the grounding they need in QNX best practices so that you get the most out of your investment. Hosted on or off-site.
Your engineers are new to QNX; they want to learn all they can to ensure they hit the ground running. This course reviews the features, services, and architecture of the QNX Neutrino RTOS with a focus on real-world problems and the techniques for solving them.
Your developers have a general understanding of the QNX Neutrino RTOS but want to understand the integrated development environment (IDE) of the QNX Momentics® Tool Suite. This course explores how to develop applications, debug complex problems, and analyze performance issues of complete systems.
Your developers have a general understanding of the QNX Neutrino RTOS; they simply want to write their own drivers. This course familiarizes them with various methods for writing different types of drivers in the QNX environment, providing them with hands-on exercises that apply the concepts introduced in the course.
QNX Software Systems offers customized courses tailored to your distinct project needs, your technical requirements, and your project-specific challenges. In fact, you can create your own by choosing from over 40 different modules. Hosted on or off-site.
- Modules — Full description of each module
- Categories— At-a-glance table
- Pricing and setup — On-site courses are currently priced at $600 US per day per student + expenses, with a maximum of seven hours of training time for any given day. You will be responsible for setting up the classroom ahead of time. We recommend that you build in sufficient time for set-up, as you may encounter hardware problems that can take time to solve. Arrangements can be made to have our instructor do the software part of the setup, for an additional fee
All QNX workshops are customer driven based on the needs of your organization and the people you put in the classroom. Hosted on or off-site.
These workshops use some prepared material but are primarily driven by whiteboard discussions.
Advanced Tools Workshop
Your developers already use the QNX Momentics Tool Suite but they want to capitalize on all its diverse functionality. This workshop is an opportunity to explore the areas in which you need greater insight – whiteboarding and discussions are the order of the day. Topics may include deep dives into the system profiler, application profiler, memory analysis, and other advanced topics.
Architectural Review Workshop
Your engineers are new to the QNX RTOS. They want to better understand QNX architecture in order to optimize their implementations from the get go. This workshop session offers insights into our microkernel architecture, resource managers, IPC, and how you can best take advantage of these and other features.
Expert instruction, small class size, practical problem solving, and hands-on training mean you'll walk away from one of our workshops ready to apply QNX technology to your own real-world challenges. A short time spent in our classroom can save you months in development time.