Summer MLUG here we come!
There are just over two weeks to go until our next Midlands LabVIEW User Group. Due to a few logistical issues we are going with a virutal event, and we hope to see all LabVIEW enthusiasts on Wednesday 20th July from 1pm BST!
We have two great speakers, Steen Schmidt and Chris Roebuck, who will be sharing their wealth of experience with us.
Steen is the founder and CTO of GPower, a company who are leading experts in developing affordable and innovative test and measurement systems. They have clients across a range of different industries and a wealth of experience to support them. Steen is one of the world's leading LabVIEW and TestStand specialists so we are very excited to have him present at MLUG for the first time.
The presentation isn't going to disappoint, Steen is going to share with us how to "Save time and money by working smarter" which we are sure will be of interest to many!
This is what will be covered:
Get a look into how modular software and automating common operations can reduce the required coding effort and increase your code quality. GPower talks about modular systems and shows why we spend time on developing tools to automate our software development process. This is applicable to systems in general, but today’s focus is on developing LabVIEW software.
Our second presenter is also highly experienced and well known in the LabVIEW community. Chris is Test Engineering Architect at Konrad Technologies. Konrad develop, design and integrate customer-specific test solutions providing customers with R&D, qualification and manufacturing of electronic products with tools to fulfill their quality goals. He is a member of the Alliance of LabVIEW Architects, on the board of GDevCon and has many different LabVIEW certifications.
Chris will be presenting "Continuous Integration: Taking baby steps towards automated test and release with LabVIEW and TestStand", here's a little bit of what you can expect:
Maybe you're a lone developer who's seen some presentations at NI Week where the presenters talked about Jenkins, CI pipelines but didn't know where to start or even why? Maybe you're a small team and need some automated way to enforce coding standards or find out who keeps committing broken code? This presentation starts at square one. We look at the types of tasks you might want to automate and how you can start with baby steps to achieve this yourself. Not everyone wants (or can) jump in at the deep end if this applies to you then this presentation is for you.
If this sounds like it's your cup of tea, then sign up and join us!
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