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Call for Presentations for 2021!

Do you have a presentation you wish to share with our community in 2021?  Or perhaps one you'd like to request?  Post it here!

 

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Presentations with the most kudos will be selected for presentation at a future LAF meeting.

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Last year I solved each day of AOC 2020 with LabVIEW, and found myself heavily using Map and Set datatype primitives for lots of the problems, so I could talk about how I solved some of those problems, and how Maps and Sets made it much easier.

Craig H. | CLA CTA CLED | Applications Engineer | National Instruments
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I could present what I have seen/learned from moving to NI Packages for our deployments

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I could present my lessons learned when I created an XNode.  I would talk about me Class Method Node.

Quentin "Q" Alldredge

Owner, Q Software Innovations, LLC (QSI) | Director, GCentral | Admin, LabVIEW Wiki
Tech Lead, Hill AFB LabVIEW Center of Excellence | Creator, The QControl Toolkit
Certified LabVIEW Architect | LabVIEW Champion | NI Alliance Partner


I'm Speaking at the GLA Summit!

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HI Bill,

Can you talk about the relative file agent? It installs packages into separate sandboxes so you can have conflicting things all on one one machine, like python PIP. Thanks.

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@DowNow_ wrote:

HI Bill,

Can you talk about the relative file agent? It installs packages into separate sandboxes so you can have conflicting things all on one one machine, like python PIP. Thanks.

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Unfortunately, I have not used that feature yet myself. Since it is only truly usable from the command line, I have not looked into it for my users.

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