Meeting Tuesday, February 18, 2020: Topic: Frameworks and VI Analyzer
- Location: Mopac C, Room 1S13 @ NI headquarters 11500 North MoPac Expressway, Austin TX
- Date: Tuesday, February 18th, 2020
- Time: 6:00 PM Central Time
- Duration: ~2 hours
- Format: Presentations and discussion
- Food: An accurate headcount helps here so please register if you are attending in-person. Please register here. Even NI employees can use the online registration, there is no longer a need for a separate NI only email. If you are attending remotely, there is no need to register, just join us using the Remote Attendance coordinates below.
Creating your own framework is a glamorous job... a career-defining experience that everyone should take on. Right? Maybe not... Let's explore what a framework really is, and the reasons that you should (and more importantly shouldn't) create your own.
Improving Your LabVIEW Code with the VI Analyzer
The VI Analyzer is a powerful tool for code analysis and inspection in LabVIEW, with many pieces of core functionality included with LabVIEW itself. In addition to identifying style and performance issues, the VI Analyzer can also detect problems that would be extremely difficult to find through visual code inspection, particularly across larger codebases. Learn a variety of topics related to the VI Analyzer, from the basics of its use to creating custom tests for your own specific code inspection needs. Also see real-world scenarios in which the VI Analyzer was used to find (and in some cases, automatically fix!) well-hidden bugs in LabVIEW code.
Thanks to Sixclear for sponsoring remote connection. If you cannot make it to NI, join the web conference
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Opportunity to learn from experienced developers / entrepeneurs (Steve, Joerg, and Brian amongst them):
DSH Pragmatic Software Development Workshop
DQMH Lead Architect * DQMH Trusted Advisor * Certified LabVIEW Architect * Certified LabVIEW Embedded Developer * Certified Professional Instructor * LabVIEW Champion * Code Janitor
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