I was going over my collection of LabVIEW memorabilia. Please list what you have!
Here are a few items I have, but there are many more.
LabVIEW 5.0 Worldwide Launch T shirt, March 1998. Black
LabVIEW 6.0 Lauch T-shirt, Black
LabVIEW 7.0 Lauch T-shirt, White
LabVIEW Zone T-shirt, Blue
... some other assorted NI T-shirt.
It's okay to have fun" poster with the LabVIEW logo as graffitti and a buch of spray cans depicting tool icons. (see picture) Must be pretty old, it still has www.natinst.com instead of www.ni.com on it.
... Some other posters.
Enthusiast Mug 😉
Various stickers, e.g. "Powered by LabVIEW".
Square block of notepads with the LabVIEW logo on the side.
I have a National Instruments fleece (from the coding challenge), a poster on how to code correctly (Also from the coding challenge - someone's trying to tell me something, but I'm not quite sure what :p), a mug (:D), a couple of screwdrivers, and a LabPC-1200 (correct name?) if that counts. I don't have any ISA slots any more, so I guess it could be regarded as memorabilia.....
Of them all, the fleece and the mug get used regularly. The LabPC-1200 DAQ card less often.
A leather mug mat with NI logo, well used now after many thousand cups of coffe trying to get things working BF (Before Forums!!!!) A single 3.5" 750K demo disk that contains a working LabVIEW demo for Windows 3.X Original flyer for Labview 3.X ..........
Not a lot but then in those days you kept geeks in dark places and didn't let them meet representatives or customers
There is a good collection of stuff in the NI Paris office / training centre that has all sorts of stuff such as letter openers etc...