JKI NIWeek 2009 Schedule

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We love NIWeek.  It’s a great opportunity for us to connect with the LabVIEW community and share ideas.   We’re busily finishing our preparations for NIWeek 2009 and want to call your attention to some of the can’t-miss events that excite us the most.

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JKI NIWeek 2009 Schedule

All Week

JKI Booth, (#335) by the Robotics Pavilion (see expo floor plan).  We’ll be there all week showing off our commercial products, like VI Package Manager, the JKI TortoiseSVN Tool for LabVIEW, EasyXML, and the JKI State Machine, as well as JKI Labs tools like VI Tester and the new JKI Right Click Framework. Drop by for a demo, or to get answers to your questions, or just to chat about whatever is going on at JKI and in the LabVIEW world!

Sunday

Evening/Night: Pre-conference warmup at The Ginger Man. If you’re in town Sunday night, drop by and grab a few beers before things get hectic! Note that The Ginger Man has moved since last year — it’s only a half-block away, but check their website for the new address.

Tuesday

12:00 PM (Tech Theater): LabVIEW Experts Panel – Jim Kring will be answering LabVIEW questions, with other LabVIEW experts.

8:00 PM: LAVA/OpenG NIWeek BBQ 2009 at Stubb’s BAR-B-Q. The yearly tradition. Come enjoy great BBQ with dozens of LAVA, OpenG, and NI personalities. (Special note from LAVA: Please pay via PayPal ASAP; see the linked LAVA thread for details.)

Wednesday

8:30 AM (Ballroom G): NIWeek Keynote – you definitely want to see this one!  And, make sure to keep your eye out for a world-premier demo of some amazing new tools from JKI Software.

10:30 AM-11:30 AM (Room 16B): TS1238-SW – LabVIEW Code Reuse for Teams and Large Projects, presented by Jim Kring. Abstract >> LabVIEW code reuse is a key component of team-based development, large project work, and knowledge sharing within an organization. Learn how to create a shared repository of reusable VIs and use analytics tools to report your organization’s software reuse metrics.

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