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LabVIEW Tips and Tricks Webcast Series

 

If you want to reduce your development time and minimize mistakes you need to ensure you are coding efficiently and with best practices. We present to you with this webcast series that will enable you to optimize your code and improve your applications.

 

What is this?

 A 6-session webcast series with different levels of difficulty. You can choose the sessions that are most important to you or attend them all for optimal knowledge development.

 

Who should attend?

Any user of LabVIEW, from beginners to experienced, that wants to boost their productivity when developing code.

 

 

Ask the experts your questions during or after the presentation through a live chat.

The First Week (12 July –14 July) is devoted to more fundamental material such as tips and tricks for programming faster in LabVIEW, access to sample projects or an introduction to the Statemachine, which is one of the fundamental architectures NI LabVIEW developers use to build applications quickly.

 

LabVIEW Tips and Tricks

This Webcast introduce a wide variety of different tools and techniques that will help you increase your productivity and ensure high code quality.

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Beginners to intermediate

  Tuesday - July 12, 9.30 AM | Add to your calendar
  Tuesday - July 12, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar

 

Introduction to Sample Projects

As a LabVIEW developer, it is important that you maximize your productivity and get up and running with a working application as quickly as possible. The LabVIEW Sample Projects allow users to instantly create a running LabVIEW application that can perform common functions such as finite and continuous measurement, data logging and real-time control. The LabVIEW Sample Projects leverage common design patterns that maximize code readability and longevity and are a great starting point for building custom LabVIEW applications.”

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Beginners to intermediate

 Wednesday - July 13, 9.30 AM  | Add to your calendar
 Wednesday - July 13, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar

 

State Machine programming in LabVIEW

The State Machine is one of the basic design patterns in LabVIEW. Learn how you can use and adapt this Design-Pattern and why you always should use pen and paper when designing your applications.

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Beginners to intermediate

 Thursday - July 14, 9.30 AM  | Add to your calendar
 Thursday - July 14, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar

 

 

The Second Week (19 July –21 July)focuses on higher-level material, from more advanced UI Design to Report Generation Methods From Toolkit to Template, where we examine the characteristics of an effective report, the most common report types, and common software architectures for generating reports. We will end the week with a special focus on Embedded applications with the session: Extending your Skills to LabVIEW for Embedded Systems

 

Creating Highly Innovative User Interfaces With LabVIEW

This session introduces several concepts, techniques and tricks so you can quickly create an highly effective and attractive user interface. Topics include taking account of environmental circumstances, ideas from the web, hover over events and many more.

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Intermediate to advanced

 Tuesday - July 19, 9.30 AM   | Add to your calendar
 Tuesday - July 19, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar

Report Generation Methods From Toolkit to Template

Only an estimated 15% of Fortune 500 companies are prepared to use big data as a competitive advantage. Quickly generating informative reports is key in increasing this percentage by making the results of your DAQ system easily understood by others. In this session, examine the characteristics of an effective report, the most common report types, and common software architectures for generating reports. Learn from interactive demonstrations how to convert your data “problem” into a data “opportunity”.

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Intermediate to advanced

 Wednesday - July 20, 9.30 AM | Add to your calendar
  Wednesday - July 20, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar

 

Extending your Skills to LabVIEW for Embedded Systems

Have you used LabVIEW for your desktop and are now considering the LabVIEW Real-Time or LabVIEW FPGA Modules and embedded hardware for your next project? While your LabVIEW skills will transfer to programming embedded systems, learn 10 new concepts particular to the LabVIEW RIO architecture that will extend your skills to successfully make the transition.

Intended Audience/Proficiency Level: Intermediate to advanced

 Thursday - July 21, 9.30 AM  | Add to your calendar
 Thursday - July 21, 11.00 AM | Add to your calendar