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Re: Call for presentations and suggestions for 2019

I've been thinking about putting together a presentation on debugging LabVIEW crashes. I'm not sure it would have a lot of new material for some of the regular attendees but in addition to covering some of the more standard best practices I would also want to answer some questions like:

 

  1. What's in the zips that we keep sending to NI and posting on the forums and does anyone even look at them?
  2. What information can NI even get from those?
  3. What information can I get without having to talk to an Technical Support Engineer (they aren't AEs anymore)?
  4. What will NXG change?

Not sure if it would take a full hour but I'm sure I could put together ~30 minutes of material. I would also want to have a giant disclaimer that this information is not coming from NI R&D and is not in any way an official NI recommendation. This would just be the opinion of one person who has happened to help a lot of people debug their crashes and is tired of responding to the same post from someone posting a screenshot of NI Error Reporter, attaching a zip file, and asking why their LabVIEW is crashing.

Matt J
National Instruments | CLA
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Re: Call for presentations and suggestions for 2019


@Jacobson wrote:

I've been thinking about putting together a presentation on debugging LabVIEW crashes.


This is a presentation I'd like to see.

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So I am currently investigating moving from 32-bit to 64-bit and I have come a cross a few weird gotchas. I could do a short presentation on what I uncovered in this processes.

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Re: Call for presentations and suggestions for 2019

Who wants to hear about GCentral? I gave a small teaser during the Aug 1 meeting. In short

  • GCentral is for programmers who need to find, share, or collaborate on reusable G code or software engineering tools
  • GCentral is a non-profit organization that provides a platform for G code packages and collaboration resources
  • GCentral is independent and driven by community experts

GCentral's aim: 

  • A LabVIEW community making the best version of itself
  • Improving our community's capability through collaboration

Specifically GCentral wants to enable the LabVIEW community to make the best version of itself by removing barriers to

  • Discovering and using reuse libraries 
  • Contributing reuse libraries 
  • Co-developing of reuse libraries 
  • Confidently relying on reuse libraries
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