Dallas LabVIEW User Group Meeting Recap + Coding Challenge Winners Announced
The Dallas User Group Community came together at G Systems in February for a LabVIEW User Group meeting, hosted in Richardson. We're proud to announce our competition champions.
Brian Kincaid, Texas Instruments | Derrick Bommarito, Halliburton Energy Services | Mark Randel, SpaceX
This year’s LabVIEW User Group meetings kicked off with a competitive coding challenge. There was laughing, trash talking, frantic coding, and most importantly, learning more about solving problems using LabVIEW.
The competition consisted of three challenges and was completed in a timed format, racing one another to the finish line. During and after each challenge, competitors had the opportunity to share screens and consider new ways to problem solve. New approaches and new LabVIEW functions were takeaways from the meeting.
One challenger chose to do text string manipulation. While solving the same problem, another challenger converted the text to character codes to manipulate numerically. Still another revealed how to enable a feature on a common function to allow for regular expressions.
While we all learned from each other, the winners left with bragging rights and medals. Join us in April and get involved with our Dallas User Group Community!
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When's the Next Meeting?
Local networks of LabVIEW developers share ideas and example code during LabVIEW User Group meetings. Whether you are new to LabVIEW or a longtime wireworker, this meeting presents a unique way to build your LabVIEW skills and network with your peers in your area. Bring your challenges and questions to this meeting.
Lunch will be provided.
Date and Time: Wednesday, April 22, from 11:30AM - 1:00PM
Presenter & Facilitator:
Jeremy Marquis,PhD, CLA, CPI, LabVIEW Champion, Engineering Technical Lead, G Systems Inc
With a focus on both people and results, a strong multidisciplinary sciences background, and a large dose of software engineering, Jeremy has 20 years of experience leading teams to solve challenging problems in biomedical, energy, manufacturing, research, semiconductor, and even spacecraft.