Could you expand on what you mean by distribution? Do you mean project delivery/deploy or a toolkit distro?
Bearing in mind that the Error Management is a tricky, hard, difficult topic, I think that in addition to the Error Handling/Strategy/etc presentations,we could have a debate about how an error strategy should be, in the same way we tried to do with the frameworks, I am guessing that we will have different points of view, but we will also have common beliefs. Ideally we would define an ideal error handling strategy, then we could argue how to implement this in LabVIEW?
What do you reckon?
I tend to agree Jarobit,
I'm thinking we do the presentations (discouraging interuptions), and then we leave time at the end for discussions. I think from that we could make a note of areas that need more input and maybe carry over to the next meeting if need be.
As a bonus it's a great way to pull apart a subject from multiple points of view.
My name is Arthur and I will be coming to the meeting for the first time
Just for a quick presentation, I'm an engineer working on flight control systems using NI-RT & MS
I could finally allocate some time to get there!
See you there,
Flight control systems.......interesting.
One area I like at the moment is taking LabVIEW outside of the test arena.
See you next month
How about a quickfire subject: "UI tricks"? There are lots of interesting UI tricks. I can do one on the "PlotImages" Graph Property.
Would anyone be interested in doing a code review on my oscilloscope project?. We have formal code review procedures that we can apply.
I think it may be a useful exercise.
Sorry: I meant this as part of the User Group session not as a request for help, thanks to those that offered their services it was very kind and appreciated!
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