This is something new for our user group this year.
We are looking for users to participate in this by talking about something they did with LabVIEW. It can be big or small, simple or complex. Maybe you wrote program to track how many times your refrigerator was opened, we want to hear about it.
Guidelines for these L3 (little LabVIEW Lectures)
- Keep it around 10 minutes long, it can be shorter or longer
- Be willing to answer some questions about it
- If you use something you did for your job, you made need to change it a bit to protect the innocent 🙂
- LabVIEW Speak (quick run through of Norm Kirchner's program (done Star Trek style)
- Simple Logging Module (reusable flexible module) useless by itself, useful with others
Make it fun, Make it serious.. This is where everyone gets their spotlight (and more Re-certification points for presenting)
Email me @ email@example.com if you know you want to present one, or just come to the meeting ready to present
This is what I presented on Tuesday at the Chicago LabVIEW User Group meeting. I can expand on these topics later this year. I would like to hear about your favorite features that go unnoticed by most developers.
Top Overlooked LabVIEW Features for CLVUG
Here are the VI's I presented for the recursive screenshot function. As the top level VI already processed the initial VI reference, it was easy to make it recursive and add a case for drilling into subpanels. Because these are recursive and reference each other, know that DiagImageVI.vi is the only one instantiated on the caller.