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Collective noun for LabVIEW developers

I'm often fascinated by the strange collective nouns that have made it into the English language, such as "murder" of crows, "parliament" of rooks and an "unkindness" of ravens. There's an interesting list here in Wiki, and on Wiktionary here. They're worth a browse if you're looking for a quick laugh. They mainly represent a gathering of animals but they also apply to people (such as a faculty of academics - now common vernacular, or a tabernacle of bakers).


But what we don't have yet is a collective noun for a gathering of LabVIEW developers! I wonder what peculiar term(s) could be used to describe a bunch of similar-minded G programmers!?


We need no invitation. Suggest away! And include a reason for your new collective noun, if it has one Smiley Very Happy

Thoric (CLA, CLED, CTD and LabVIEW Champion)

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Might I start with:


-- A heraldry of LabVIEW developers --


Why? Because to herald is to represent news of things to come, of greatness and inevitability. Long live LabVIEW! Smiley Very Happy

Thoric (CLA, CLED, CTD and LabVIEW Champion)

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I like the array of hedgehogs. Maybe a "Matrix of developers"? 😄 (also has connotations with the movie series)

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(Sorry, duplicate due to site malfunction)

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Was that a "site" malfunction, or a "sight" malfunction?

Certified LabVIEW Developer

Senior Test Engineer North Shore Technology, Inc.
Currently using LV 2012-LabVIEW 2018, RT8.5

LabVIEW Champion

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Or a "cite" malfunction?



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A bundle of LabVIEWers.

A variant-attribute-table of LabVIEWers.

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Was on android. I swear I pressed the post button only once!

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spool of LabVIEW developers

DNatt, NI
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This is one aspect of the english language I have trouble accepting.  Yeah, some of the names for groups of things can be remembered but the rest is just weird and silly.


So, with that in mind:


A jabberwocky of LabVIEW developers,


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