Electric Vehicle Course for Software Developers, UX Designers, and Product Managers

How do electric cars work? What is the future of the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry? What kind of software solutions are needed? How long it takes to charge an electric car? For example:

EV battery capacity is measured in kilowatt-hours (kWh) and indicates how far an electric vehicle can travel on a full charge.

Battery Capacity: 50 kWh

Charging Rate (kW) is the rate at which an electric vehicle can be charged with power from the grid.

Charging Rate: 3.7 kW

SoC, or State of Charge, is the measure of how much charge is remaining in a battery. It is expressed as a percentage of the total charge capacity

Current State of Charge: 50%

Desired SoC is the target state of charge that you want your battery to reach. It is expressed as a percentage of the total charge capacity.

Desired State of Charge: 90%

Software is driving the EV industry

Who is this course for? The Electric Vehicle course is for people who work in the tech industry. For example, software devs, UX designers, QA testers, product managers, sales, and marketing folks.

As the EV industry becomes more software-driven, there are a growing number of roles in the industry.
You may work for a range of companies, including:

  • Electric vehicle manufacturers
  • Charging infrastructure providers
  • Fleet management companies
  • Energy companies
  • Startups developing new EV-related software

Work in the EV software industry

What will you learn? By the end of this course, you will gain an understanding of electric vehicles and the infrastructure for charging them.

You will be able to speak about EV-related concepts, understand the lingo, and communicate effectively with others in the EV industry.

Also, this course will provide you with the knowledge and tools necessary to identify new opportunities in the EV industry and find your place in this field.

This is not for EV technicians

This course is not intended for people seeking to become EV technicians. While we cover a wide range of topics related to electric vehicles, this course does not provide training for the repair, maintenance, or installation of electric vehicle components.

Topics we cover in this course

The EV course is in its beta phase and updated weekly. Join the beta and save 50%. As an early access buyer, you will receive future updates at no extra cost.

One Year Access $80 ($160). One-time charge. Does not renew.

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