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11-07-2019 meeting slides + more DQMH information

Hey Guys,

 

you can find my presentation and the test VIs in this location: https://nextcloud.localhorst.nrw/index.php/s/RZX3Q3BkJgjykcY
(No worry, it´s the cloud of our local hacker/maker space in Viersen).

All Information to DQMH can be found here: https://delacor.com/dqmh-documentation/
Also have a look on the Delacor YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/unifab/videos

My post about the discussion why you should turn the automatic error handler of is here: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Delacor-Toolkits-Discussions/Error-not-wired-in-Request-and-wait-for-reply-...

For the Actor Framework users: All Information about the Tester can be found in this Video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o8thKOxDZ4Y

If there are any questions, ask them.

Max

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Hi Max,

 

I went over your presentation, it was a good presentation. I am so glad you had a good experience with DQMH.

 
One point I wanted to make is that I disagree with the statement "DQMH is still in development". I see it more as it is continuously being maintained and it is active. We continue to listen to the feedback from the people using DQMH and we continue to improve the tool. Also, any time we make a change, we also include new fixes to the DQMH validation tool that will script the changes into any existing DQMH modules. I see this as an advantage, not a disadvantage. If active development meant that a product was not finished, then we could say that LabVIEW is not finished because we get a new release every year Smiley Wink
 
Thanks again for your trust and keep sharing your feedback with us.
Best regards,
Fab
 
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Hey Fab,

thanks for your feedback. Maybe the ideas in this presentation are a good starting point for your presentations about DQMH. For beginners is it hard to spot the differences between QMH and DQMH. (Don't ask me why). After your presentation in April there were a lot of people asking: "What is the difference between QMH and DMQH?" So i had to tell them, that the testers and all the scripting is a great feature and makes working with DQMH a lot easier. My goal with this presentation was to motivate the people to have a look on DQMH. Your starting point for DQMH is maybe to "technical".

The still in development isn't a real disadvantage, I wanted to outline, that there will be some changes in the future, and they have to learn something new. For some people this is a disadvantage and so i wanted to point this out. (I also needed some disadvantages for this great tool Smiley Very Happy).

Best regards,
Max

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@MaxPrell wrote:

Hey Fab,

thanks for your feedback. Maybe the ideas in this presentation are a good starting point for your presentations about DQMH. For beginners is it hard to spot the differences between QMH and DQMH. (Don't ask me why). After your presentation in April there were a lot of people asking: "What is the difference between QMH and DMQH?" So i had to tell them, that the testers and all the scripting is a great feature and makes working with DQMH a lot easier. My goal with this presentation was to motivate the people to have a look on DQMH. Your starting point for DQMH is maybe to "technical".


Thanks for the feedback, I am always looking for better ways to introduce DQMH. When you get a chance, add what made DQMH click for you here: https://forums.ni.com/t5/Delacor-Toolkits-Discussions/What-made-DQMH-click-for-you/td-p/3774985

Someone else might benefit from your insight.

 


@MaxPrell wrote:

 (I also needed some disadvantages for this great tool Smiley Very Happy).


Ha! Glad you had a hard time finding disadvantages Smiley Wink

 

Regards,

Fab

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