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Virtual LabVIEW Developer Days is a unique opportunity to learn development techniques for programming in LabVIEW. The free, nine-part webcast series will enhance your LabVIEW programming skills through practical, in-depth presentations from LabVIEW experts.

 

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Experts will be on hand to answer your questions in real time, with multiple sessions you can attend from June 3 to June 6. This interactive webcast series features a keynote from the Father of LabVIEW, Jeff Kodosky, that you won’t want to miss!

 

  >> Register for Virtual LabVIEW Developer Days.

Tomorrow is the debut of VI Shots LIVE, a new web show hosted by Michael Aivaliotis and Jack Dunaway. In this live video conference, hosts and guests talk about LabVIEW from different points of view-- technical, business, personal, and professional. The first show airs tomorrow, 1/29, at 12:00 p.m. CST.

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We’re really excited about VI Shots LIVE, and here are three reasons you should be too!

 

  1. Awesome guests: This show’s guests are Darren Nattinger, the fastest LabVIEW programmer on earth, and Chris Relf, Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) and LabVIEW Champion.
  2. Awesome hosts: Jack Dunaway and Michael Aivaliotis are also CLAs and LabVIEW Champions. They know LabVIEW inside and out.
  3. Free career advice: The show’s topic is “Sustainable Careers in LabVIEW”. Whether you’re a new engineer hoping to build a career or a seasoned professional hoping to avoid burnout, you’ll want to tune in.

 

So check it out tomorrow at noon CST. The show’s audio/video streaming is mobile device friendly, so you can tune in on the go!

 

>> Learn more about VI Shots LIVE.

Watch this hour-long webcast to see product demos of all the new LabVIEW 2013 features that will make you more productive. It covers everything from new code management and debugging tools, as well as more advanced developer features.

 

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>>For more information on the new feature in LabVIEW 2013 and how you can upgrade today, visit ni.com/labview2013

Successful applications are the result of efficient and well designed code. By implementing a tried and tested structure, you can expedite development and ensure you create reliable, scalable, maintainable, and readable graphical code. Watch this webcast to explore how core design patterns including state machines and producer-consumer loops can make your application a success.

 

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Successful applications are the result of efficient and well designed code. By implementing a tried and tested structure, you can expedite development and ensure you create reliable, scalable, maintainable, and readable graphical code. Watch this webcast to explore how core design patterns including state machines and producer-consumer loops can make your application a success.

 

>> View webcast

Check out this webcast to gain an introduction to good software engineering practices and the tools and techniques you can use within the LabVIEW platform. Topics include requirements management, static code analysis, debugging, and unit validation.

 

>> View webcast

Check out this webcast to gain an introduction to good software engineering practices and the tools and techniques you can use within the LabVIEW platform. Topics include requirements management, static code analysis, debugging, and unit validation.

 

>> View webcast

Listen to a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) as he shares tips and tricks to take your LabVIEW development to a new level, increasing your productivity and your application performance.

 

>> Watch webcast

Watch this webcast to learn how to understand, refactor, and standardize inherited code. This webcast will share tried and tested best practices and tips on how to best maintain LabVIEW code from other engineers and scientists to help you ensure the long-term maintainability of your application.

 

>> View webcast

LabVIEW has enabled engineers worldwide to innovate with confidence for the last 25 years. Learn about the new features in LabVIEW 2011 and how it continues to enhance the integrity of system design, furthering your innovation.

 

>> Watch webcast