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Amy Principe | October 17, 2017

What you learn may amplify your productivity: Join us on Oct. 26 at NI LabVIEW Developer Day Dallas

NI LabVIEW Developer Days are designed specifically for LabVIEW users to build on their experience and expand their expertise. Sessions are organized around different levels of programming knowledge and various application tasks so you can choose the topics that are most useful to you and get the most out your time at the event. G Systems' Mike Taylor is presenting at LabVIEW Developer Day Dallas on October 26.

In addition to courses for experienced LabVIEW users, those interested in learning more about LabVIEW may benefit from attending. The intermediate and advanced mastery topics are useful as preparation for certification exams.

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G Systems Senior Project Engineer Mike Taylor will present “The Right and Wrong Way to Use Settings in LabVIEW Classes.” Taylor is a Certified LabVIEW Architect and a Certified Professional Instructor. In addition to presenting this session, Taylor will also be part of a select group on the NI LabVIEW Experts Panel.

Course description: "The Right and Wrong Way to Use Settings in LabVIEW Classes:" Track 1, from 1:15 - 2:15 p.m. So you are diving into using classes in LabVIEW and you discover that there are many settings for classes. What should you use and how can these settings improve your overall design? Learn about access scope, dynamic dispatch override options, reentrancy settings and more.

About the event
LabVIEW Developer Day Dallas
Thursday, October 26, 2017
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central
7800 Alpha Road, Dallas, TX, 75240
Registration link

With a tenured team that averages 20 years of experience, G Systems works with engineers and program managers to create reliable test and measurement solutions that mitigate risk and exceed expectations. Learn more about G Systems and how we may be able to help you.

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