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Resist Rebuilding Test Systems: How to Reduce Time to Test with a Reusable Framework

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NI is hosting a webinar this coming Tuesday, October 27 on an introduction to TestStand. If you're interested, click here to register: https://events.ni.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x501240abcd


Tuesday, October 27, 2020

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Central European Time

10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

(GMT-06:00) Central America


Building test stations is no trivial task and can be very time-consuming. In many cases, we tend to develop not only the test steps, but re-create common functions that are needed for every test systems--the sequencer, database and MES connectors, limits loading, report generation, and much more. It is time-consuming to develop the same functionality over-and-over again, and it is a nightmare to maintain. What could you do with the extra time if you could re-use functions rather than rebuild them?


Join us to learn how TestStand can eliminate redundant work, act as a common framework across all your testers, and can natively call code written in Python, C, LabVIEW, and .NET. Spend one hour with us to gain back days.


• What Is TestStand and Where To Use It
• Deploying Systems
• Scaling and Test Strategies
• Closing: The Importance of a Reusable Framework

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