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Building an Agile Development Team with a Framework you can use Anywhere

Harrison Donahue - The QT Company - Watch Now - Duration: 30:39

Your development project needs predictable delivery timelines, cost and scheduling that allows to changing scopes - even during a pandemic. Join Harrison Donahue, Business Development Manager at The Qt Company to hear about how to address problems with efficient development when developers need to "change gears" when working on multiple projects of differing scope, or taking over for someone else. You will also find out about the advantages of leveraging a framework where the tooling and APIs are the same across MCU, MPU, Desktop and Mobile.

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meenal_b
Score: 1 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

I thought your analysis of the challenges that an Agile approach helps to solve was really interesting. I look forward to trying Qt on MCUs at some point.

hdonahueSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

@meenal_b Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed the talk!

leandropg
Score: 1 | 5 months ago | 1 reply

Hi Harrison... I never work with QT... In the slides you showed C++ Language... I can't integrate it in C language into AWS FreeRTOS? Thanks

hdonahueSpeaker
Score: 0 | 5 months ago | no reply

Hi @leandropg! Thanks for the question. Qt for MCUs supports FreeRTOS. Given so much work on MCU platforms is classically done in C, I see customers all the time that are using both. The build process involves leveraging the vendor toolchain (i.e. some flavor armgcc) or a premium build tool like IAR. Depending on how you're looking to integrate with C, it should be OK! If you want to give it a try through an evaulation, reach out to me! harrison.donahue@qt.io
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