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LabView hits the road

A series of National Instruments LabView Developer Days will feature local experts in nine locations around the UK and Ireland, delivering a range of technical presentations, product demonstrations and hands-on sessions.

Each Developer Day, which will be held in May, will consist of both an introductory track, for engineers who are new to LabView, together with an intermediate track, for those who wish to continue their professional development with the award-winning software.  

LabView is a graphical design environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation, making it ideal for any measurement or control system. Hands-on sessions will give delegates practical training in using LabView with NI hardware to acquire measurements in minutes. Presentations include sessions such as 'LabView for Instrument Control' and 'User Interface Tips and Tricks' giving delegates an insight into how LabView can be implemented into real world test applications.

Delegates who are proficient in LabView will have the opportunity to take a Certified LabView Associate Developer Exam, free of charge. There will also be a Certified LabView Developer Exam preparation class, giving delegates the chance to discover the topics that are tested, interact with NI engineers and ask questions.   

The Developer Days + seminar, taking place in Newbury on Wednesday, 29th May, will give expert LabView developers the opportunity to understand and discuss highly advanced topics, including unit testing, source code control and application deployment. This specialised event will conclude in a Certified LabView Architect preparation presentation, to enable delegates to understand how to complete their path in LabView certification.

National Instruments LabView Developer Days 2013 takes place at the following nine locations:

  • Newbury, Wednesday 8 May
  • Fareham, Tuesday 14 May
  • Bristol, Thursday 16 May
  • Cambridge, Tuesday 21 May
  • Birmingham, Thursday 23 May
  • Glasgow, Tuesday 4 June
  • Manchester, Thursday 6 June
  • Limerick, Tuesday 11 June
  • Dublin, Thursday 13 June
  • Developer Days +, Newbury, Wednesday 29 May
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