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LabVIEW webcast summer series: From Beginners to Advanced Users

Learn from the cofounder and Father of LabVIEW, Jeff Kodosky, about the design concepts of a graphical language and what advantages it brings. Learn What is LabVIEW? and get introduced to Data Acquisition and Instrument control.



Philosophy of LabVIEW by Jeff Kodosky, Father of LabVIEW

Hear from the Father of LabVIEW, Jeff Kodosky, as he discusses the overarching philosophy of LabVIEW, the core principles that have driven LabVIEW development for the past 25 years, and which principles will continue to drive the vision for graphical system design. Learn from one of the cofounders of National Instruments which software and engineering trends will impact your lives in the future.

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Introduction to LabVIEW for Data Acquisition

Learn how you can use LabVIEW graphical system design software to accelerate your productivity and create custom applications for data acquisition and instrument control. LabVIEW provides tight integration with hardware, simplifying the process of automating measurement acquisition from a wide variety of sensors and 3rd party instruments over any bus. Additionally, LabVIEW has built-in data analysis functions, visualisation components and sharing features so that you can save time as you translate results into decisions.

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Further your knowledge of creating and manging reusable code, managing and handling errors and get nuggets of information on speeding LabVIEW Development from the World's Fastest LabVIEW Developer.



Creating and Managing Reusable Code in LabVIEW

Re-using code is a core principle of good software engineering. Find out how to design, create and manage your code over a period of time to make the most of this key asset.

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Tips and Tricks to Speed Your LabVIEW Development

Knowing about LabVIEW's many features and shortcuts can help you greatly improve your programming speed and reduce overall development time. This presentation covers 15 “nuggets” of information designed to reduce your programming effort; the tips and tricks range from simple reminders of useful LabVIEW features, to advanced functions and tools.

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