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WUELUG14 in October: Of Dependencies and Packages

Hallo liebe WUELUGer!!

 

Nach der Sommerpause hat uns das Projektgeschäft wieder fest im Griff, aber für den nächsten WUELG-Termin im Oktober nehmen wir uns natürlich Zeit!

 

Für das 14. Treffen der WUELUG am 28. Oktober 2021 haben wir uns ein spannendes Thema ausgesucht:


Von Abhängigkeiten und Paketen

 

Wir werden ganz allgemein über verschiedene Strategien der Verwaltung von Abhängigkeiten sowie über Tools wie VIPM oder Project Dragon und NI Package Manager sprechen. An der konkreten Agenda arbeiten wir noch.

 

Alle Präsentationen werden in Englisch gehalten. Die Meeting-Details findet ihr weiter unten. Bitte meldet Euch unbedingt auf Eventbrite an!

 

For the 14th meeting of the WUELUG on October 28, 2021, we have chosen an exciting topic:

 

Of Dependencies and Packages

 

We will talk about different strategies of managing dependencies, as well as look at tools like VIPM and Project Dragon, NI Package Manager. We are still working on the specific agenda.

 

All presentations are given in english. Please scroll down for the meeting details. Registration via the Eventbrite website is compulsory!

Ich freue mich, Euch zumindest virtuell bald wieder zu sehen!!

 

LG

Jörg


When:
Thursday, 28. October, 5 PM CEST  

 

Where:
Virtual Microsoft Teams Meeting (Link in the Eventbrite registration email)

 

We will also open a test meeting in advance so that all participants can test the technology. A little help with virtual meetings and MS Teams can be found in our Dokuwiki. Please don't forget to register via Eventbrite!

 

Agenda:

  • 5:00 - 5:10: Introduction
  • 5:10 - 5:30: Keeping dependencies inside your project repository (Joerg Hampel)
  • 5:30 - 6:00: Package Management using Conan (Stefan Lemmens)
  • 6:00 - 7:00: Code Quality and Design for Reuse (Steen Schmidt)
  • 7:00 - 8:00: What's new with JKI's Project Dragon (Jim Kring)

Registration:
Please don't forget: 
https://wuelug14.eventbrite.de 


Alle Präsentation werden in Englisch abgehalten.

All presentations will be given in english.

 


DSH Pragmatic Software Development Workshops (Fab, Steve, Brian and me)
Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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Registration is now open at https://wuelug14.eventbrite.de 


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Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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Finally, our agenda is starting to come together!

 

  • I will share with you how we like to keep dependencies inside the project folders here at HSE, and why that is problematic
  • Stefan Lemmens will present their own package management solution based on the "Conan" package manager
  • Steen Schmidt will grant some insight into how GPower approaches code quality and design for reuse (like with packages)
  • Jim Kring will talk about the latest release of JKI's Project Dragon

Don't miss this meeting, it will be enormously informative 🙂 

 

Registration is open at https://wuelug14.eventbrite.de 


DSH Pragmatic Software Development Workshops (Fab, Steve, Brian and me)
Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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Final agenda now set:

 

  • 5:00 - 5:10: Introduction
  • 5:10 - 5:30: Keeping dependencies inside your project repository (Joerg Hampel)
  • 5:30 - 6:00: Package Management using Conan (Stefan Lemmens)
  • 6:00 - 7:00: Code Quality and Design for Reuse (Steen Schmidt)
  • 7:00 - 8:00: What's new with JKI's Project Dragon (Jim Kring)

DSH Pragmatic Software Development Workshops (Fab, Steve, Brian and me)
Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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For those of you having trouble with the meeting link (it should be in the Eventbrite confirmation email way down):

 

Teams Meeting Link


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Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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Hi Everybody,

 

thanks for the interest and great response. Here's my presentation.

If you have any additional questions about Conan as a package manager, about tips and tricks for Git Fork or about the scripts we use behind the scenes to streamline the process just let me know (here or on Twitter @stefan_lemmens).

 

Best Regards,

Stefan Lemmens

Intersoft Electronics

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Liebe WUELUGer, dear WUELUGians!!

 

Our 14th meeting was another great one! Record numbers (95 registrations, close to 70 people overall) tell me that we're on the right track picking our topics. Presenters - both well-known and new to WUELUG - who know what they're talking about, and an audience that keeps the meeting alive with great questions... what could we ask more for?

 

wuelug14-screenshot.png

 

A big shout-out and thank you to all the participants, and to the presenters Stefan (again) and Steen! Any presentation slides we get I'll share on our Google Drive and put them into the /Meetings/WUELUG14/ folder. 

 

I've edited the recording into two separate videos on Youtube:

 

As always, we're collecting feedback etc in our "Organisational" thread. Ideas and suggestions for new topics go into the "Topic Suggestions" Thread or into our Doodle at http://bit.ly/WUELUG-Doodle-2021.

 

The next meeting is planned for January 2022 - again, I fear it might be another virtual one...

 

Stay safe, and see you soon,

Jörg


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Release Automation Tools for LabVIEW (CI/CD integration with LabVIEW)
DQMH® (The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW Development)

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