The release of LabVIEW 2016 included four additional structures not in previous versions. While the information in this blog will definitely not help anyone in their regular LabVIEW development, I'm hoping that some of you will at least find it interesting.
LabVIEW 2013 introduced a new feature, the Event Inspector Window, which allows users to inspect the event queues of actively running VIs for debugging purposes. This tool allows you to see all running VIs with Event Structures and see the events handled by each one but requires a user to be present to launch the tool and save logs. For the most part this isn't a problem but there are times where being able to programmatically view the event queue could aid in troubleshooting.