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Congratulations to our winners!
David P., Deepak N., Jordan O., Ruben W., Bismark B., Andre W., Ricardo E., Jan S., and David E.

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Giveaway Overview

BlackBerry QNX is offering a free 30-day evaluation license of the QNX® Software Development Platform (SDP), which includes the QNX Neutrino® Real-time OS and QNX Momentics® Integrated Development Environment and Tool suite to eligible software developers. Designed to work seamlessly on the latest ARMv8 and x86-64 embedded hardware platforms, this QNX SDP also includes a POSIX-compliant development environment and tool chain that will be familiar to anyone who’s worked with Linux.

BONUS: 5 lucky winners will also receive a copy of the foundational book on functional safety in embedded systems: Embedded Software Development for Safety-Critical Systems by Chris Hobbs. An $80 value.


What’s Included in the Full Feature Evaluation License

QNX Neutrino RTOS

The QNX Neutrino RTOS offers the performance and reliability needed to meet the requirements of complex embedded systems built to today’s increasingly exacting standards for safety and security. Since 1980, thousands of companies have relied on this full-featured RTOS for applications ranging from automotive instrument clusters and advanced driver-assistance systems, to industrial robotics, to train control, to advanced medical devices.

With its microkernel architecture and layered security, the QNX Neutrino RTOS isolates critical processes, protecting them from interference, whether accidental, bugs in other system components (drivers, applications), or deliberate attacks. Systems built on the QNX Neutrino RTOS can be designed to run almost indefinitely—as long as the hardware lasts.

QNX Momentics Tool Suite

The QNX Momentics Tool Suite offers a comprehensive, Eclipse-based integrated development environment (IDE) and powerful command-line tools that are ideal for developers familiar with Linux and POSIX-compliant environments.

Whether you work on Linux, macOS or Windows, the QNX Momentics tools enable your development teams to quickly create, debug, optimize and deploy embedded software projects, including projects built with the QNX Neutrino RTOS, the QNX OS for Safety, the QNX Hypervisor and the QNX Hypervisor for Safety. 


Contest Rules and Regulations
All evaluation license requests are subject to approval at the sole discretion of BlackBerry. Entrants must activate their evaluation license between November 12th and December 17th to be eligible for the book giveaway. The draw for the prizes will take place on December 18th. One entry per person. The winners will be the first five entries drawn at random by an authorized representative of BlackBerry. Only winning entrants will be notified. The prizes cannot be redeemed for cash or benefits in kind such as gift vouchers. The prizes are non-transferable. The aggregate liability of BlackBerry in case of any damage, loss, cost, claim, liability or expense (including legal costs and expenses) caused to or incurred by any act, omission or representation in respect of the prizes to any winner, shall not exceed the value of the prize. By entering the contest, you agree to be bound by these rules and regulations.

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    Ericadumensah November 20, 2020

    I do appreciate the opportunity to register with this important and knowledge building site. I hope I am welcomed. There are various ways electronic circuitry has provided the basis for manufacturing industry. I did a course with National Technical Institute. In California in 1978. I read electronics with Cleveland Institute of Technology but left due fee payment problem I basic knowledge initially with module circuitry all now turned turned to integrated circuits. Thank you.

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    Ericadumensah November 20, 2020

    Micro technical Serivices

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    cbohra00627 December 08, 2020

    That book seems very interesting.

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