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Meeting 16th March 2021

Hi Everyone,

 

Just a few weeks out to the first CSLUG of 2021. I'm still building out an agenda so I would love to hear from you if:

 

  • Have ideas for something you want to present. This can be an interesting technique, library, idea or just a walkthough of something you have worked on.
  • Have something you want to hear about but you don't want to present on it. Maybe some ideas you keep hearing about that you want to learn more but haven't found the time. We can then see if we can find a speaker to match.

 

Registration is now open on eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cslug-march-2021-tickets-141824969301 - if you want recertification points please register through eventbrite, I use that list to send to NI to get the points assigned (after checking you attended!)

 

Cheers,

James

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We've been doing some stuff on the automated testing of LabVIEW applications using a desktop/web application testing tool (TestComplete). It's an interesting tool but somewhat hindered by LabVIEW's windowing/UI rendering so could introduce the tool and talk about how we've gotten around some of its shortcomings. I (perhaps with a co-presenter) would be happy to talk about this in March.


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That sounds interesting to me. I've considered using python to script some system testing by automating the UI but probably ran into the same problems! Would love to see how you've overcome them.

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I've been forced to use WireShark for one of my jobs and I've gone from reluctant user to being blown away by the power of it.

Anyone interested in a fairly open poke around with it? Sharing rather than teaching as I'm not very far into it.

 

For us programmers it looks brilliant at deciphering protocols and analysing and understanding network traffic.

 

 

Steve


Opportunity to learn from experienced developers / entrepeneurs (Fab,Joerg and Brian amongst them):
DSH Pragmatic Software Development Workshop


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I have been a  'shallow' user - so more insight into the tool would be very useful.

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Just to clarify - I was referring to wireshark.

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Excellent - Steve and Sam it is then!

 

Thanks for volunteering.

 

James

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