Highlights from the 2019 Americas CLA Summit & October LabVIEW User Group Meeting
2019 Americas CLA Summit
Each year, National Instruments hosts complimentary summits for those who have received the highest level of LabVIEW certifications. At the end of September, Certified LabVIEW Architects (CLAs) traveled from around the world to join together with their peers in Austin, TX for the Americas' CLA Summit where G Systems Engineering Technical Lead, Jeremy Marquis, acted as co-chair. Advanced technical topics were presented and discussed, news and feedback were shared with the LabVIEW development team, and colleagues networked and collaborated on solving complicated problems.
G Systems considers the CLA Summit to be a core event for maintaining our technical leadership through an extensive array of technical presentations. Dmitry Sagatelyan brought his experience with a presentation on Future-proofing Software with Clean Architecture. NI’s Deborah Burke shared the future of LabVIEW in a roadmap session. With more than 30 different presentations over three days, attendees were able to dive deep into advanced topics.
In additional, attendees test drove an upcoming version of LabVIEW in a software test lab.
All attendees, and the LabVIEW community at large, benefited from sharing expertise and real-world techniques, and learned how to identify and overcome difficult challenges.
Dmitry Sagatelyan preparing for his Future-proofing Software with Clean Architecture Presentation [photo: Jeremy Marquis]
October LabVIEW User Group Meeting
G Systems Engineering Technical Lead, LabVIEW Champion, and two-time co-chair of the CLA Summit Jeremy Marquis shared the "inside scoop” at the NI LabVIEW User Group October Meeting held at G Systems, Inc. in Richardson, TX.
"LabVIEW User Groups are always a great place to pick up tips and tricks of programming in LabVIEW, and reach out for advice from other experienced developers. This last user group meeting was no exception! Jeremy Marquis shared his favorite lessons from the last CLA Summit in Austin. He shared some exciting features coming in LabVIEW 2020 and some big trends in UI design. After Jeremy’s presentation, several of us sat around after the meeting and discussed the challenges of managing large production data sets," Sam Broyles, Staff Applications Engineer, ams Sensors USA Inc.
LabVIEW developers came from across the DFW Metroplex to hear about highlights from over 30 presentations featured at this year's summit.