Answering your questions about automotive software

Here’s your opportunity to take advantage of our experience and expertise in automotive software development to get your questions answered by the experts. This webinar is part 3 of out the three part Accelerate Series “Your path towards better automotive software”.

In this webinar, we answer the questions you provided over the duration of the series and open up the floor to any new questions you may have. With in-depth discussion and demonstrations, this is the information session you need to take real results back to your team.

Speaker

  • Jeff Hildreth is an Automotive Account Manager for Rogue Wave Software. Jeff joined in 2011 and has experience in various aspects of the software industry, including automotive, game development, and ISO 26262 and MISRA compliance. Jeff is based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


 


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