Training Modules by Category
Design a custom on-site training course by selecting only the modules you need. The following tables list the modules available.
To have an instructor help you with your selection, or to request new modules, contact email@example.com.
QNX® Momentics® Tool Suite: IDE and Command-line Development
|Code Coverage||1.5 Hours||Running and Debugging or Compiling and Debugging|
|Debugging Memory Problems||2 Hours||Running and Debugging or Compiling and Debugging|
|QNX Momentics Tool Suite: IDE Basics||2 Hours||None|
|QNX® Neutrino® RTOS Architecture||3 Hours||None|
|Managing C/C++ Projects||2.0 Hours||None|
|Editing and Compiling||1.5 Hours||QNX Momentics Tool Suite IDE Basics|
|*Compiling and Debugging||3.0 Hours||None|
|Running and Debugging||2.5 Hours||None|
|Application Profiling||1.0 Hours||None|
|System Profiling||3.0 Hours||None|
* If you take Editing and Compiling and Running and Debugging, you don't have to take Compiling and Debugging.
Realtime Programming and Application-level Development
|POSIX Interprocess Communication in QNX||2 Hours||QNX Neutrino RTOS Architecture|
|Comparing QNX IPC Methods||0.5 Hours||QNX Neutrino Architecture|
|QNX Neutrino RTOS Architecture||3 Hours||None|
|*QNX Neutrino RTOS Programming Basics||2.5 Hours||None|
|Threads and Synchronization||3.5 Hours||None|
|More on Threads and Synchronization||1.5 Hours||Threads and Synchronization|
|Interprocess Communication||7 Hours||Threads and Synchronization|
|Timers, Clocks, and Timeouts||3.25 Hours||Interprocess Communication (recommended)|
|Introduction to QNX SDK for Apps and Media||1 Hour||None|
|**Introduction to Resource Managers||3 Hours||Interprocess Communication|
|Advanced Topics for Resource Managers||3.5 Hours||Threads and Synchronization, Writing a Resource Manager|
|File System Resource Managers||3.25 Hours||Introduction to Resource Managers|
|Multicore Processing||0.5 Hours||QNX Neutrino RTOS Programming Basics or equivalent|
|High Availability||2.5 Hours||None|
* QNX Neutrino RTOS Programming Basics isn't required if you take Threads and Synchronization, Interprocess Communication, and Timers, Clocks, and Timeouts.
**Introduction to Resource Managers is a subset of Writing a Resource Manager.
|*Introduction to Hardware I/O||1.5 Hours||None|
|Writing a Character (serial) Driver||1.5 Hours||I/O|
|Writing a Resource Manager||5.5 Hours||Interprocess Communication|
|Advanced Topics for Resource Managers||3.5 Hours||Threads and Synchronization, Writing to Resource Manager|
|Interrupts||3 Hours||Interprocess Communication (recommended)|
|**Introduction to I/O||0.25 Hours||None|
|I/O Exercises||Varies||Writing a Resource Manager, I/O|
|Serial I/O||0.5 Hours||None|
* Introduction to Hardware I/O is not needed if Interupts and I/O sections are taken.
**The Introduction to I/O material is covered in the I/O module. You don't have to take both courses.
Embedding and BSPs
|Overview of QNX Embedded Systems||1.0 Hours||None|
|Building a Boot Image||1 Hour||None|