The QNX® Course — 8 hours 23 minutes
This set of courseware dates back to 2002, and covers most of the deep-down technical details you will need to program in QNX 6. For reference, you should probably download a copy of two books I wrote: The QNX Cookbook — Recipes for Programmers and Getting Started with QNX Neutrino 2 — A Guide for Programmers, both available for free from QNX's website.
|Processes and Threads||2:35:10||251 MB|
|Message Passing||1:51:39||178 MB|
|Clocks and Timers||42:22||55 MB|
|Resource Managers||2:03:33||203 MB|
About the courseware
The courseware was created from an initial PowerPoint base developed around 2002 or so. Each PowerPoint slide (and partial slide in the case of slide animations) was screen-captured to a JPEG file. Custom voice-activated recording software was written to capture the audio, and more custom software was created to synchronize the audio samples with the individual frames. The final product was rendered using mencoder. Some additional techniques are described in my MIDI + Raytracing article.