If you live in the Bay Area, you won’t want to miss Tuesday’s exciting LabVIEW User Group Meeting!
The Time: Tuesday, May 17, 2011 5:45pm – 8:30pm
The Place: The Lookout at 605 Macara, Sunnyvale, CA
JKI Engineer Jack Dunaway will share his insights about “The Business Side of Social: Put the LabVIEW Community to Work for You.” Although he’s new to JKI, Jack is a well-known figure in the LabVIEW developer community and a LabVIEW Champion. His contributions to the LabVIEW Idea Exchange are unparalleled – his ideas for new LabVIEW features have received more votes than any other contributor!
So what’s he really going to talk about? You probably know that the LabVIEW Ecosystem offers a wealth of social media resources — so many that it can sometimes be hard to find the technical information you really need. Jack will divulge his secrets on how to get a great return on time invested in the LabVIEW Community, and you’ll learn how to equip yourself with online tools that give you the inside scoop on the latest engineering techniques and keep you at the top of your game.
If that’s not reason enough to attend, you’ll also get an excellent “Introduction to the TDMS File Format” from National Instruments’ own Erik Johnson, and learn about “Best Practices for Software Development” from LabVIEW Product Manager Elijah Kerry. And of course, free pizza and BEvERages. How can you miss it?!
ps – If you can’t make it to Mountain View for Jack’s presentation, look for an even better version at NIWeek!