Instrument Control, Large Application Development, Distributed Applications, Web Services
Justin discovered LabVIEW in the usual way: by being forced to use it to teach a laboratory course in Mechatronics. That flirtation in graduate school eventually blossomed into a passion for dataflow programming that has defined his career. From a startup in California, through his own NI Alliance consulting company, and finally to JKI, Justin is driven to create elegant solutions to customers' tough problems and to spread the reach of LabVIEW further all the time.
Justin created "Popcorn Tweets," the LabVIEW- and Twitter-powered robot that was a hit at NIWeek 2010 and was covered in Popular Science, on Mashable, on Engadget, and on over 20 other online news sites. He is passionate about pushing the profile of LabVIEW and dataflow programming in general through appearances and talks at non-LabVIEW conferences such as Business of Software and ProductCamp.
North Carolina User Group, Bay Area LabVIEW User Group