Tag Archive: Jim Kring

New Training Course: JKI State Machine for LabVIEW

I’m excited to announce that JKI is now offering a hands-on training course on how to use the JKI State Machine (an easy-to-use yet powerful state machine template that’s made freely available to the LabVIEW community). It is the very same template that is used by the JKI team, nearly every day, and is the result of years of refinement by our team of LabVIEW™ experts. This course is for anyone with a basic proficiency in LabVIEW who wants to create applications faster and write good, clean code (we’ll even send you home with some valuable project templates available exclusively to students

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Learn about Source Code Control and LabVIEW Web UI Builder at Bay Area LVUG – Feb 22nd

Don’t miss the first Bay Area LabVIEW User Group Meeting of 2011, coming up on Tuesday, February 22nd at The Lookout in Santa Clara. The event kicks off at 5:45 PM with networking and free food. Erik Johnson of NI will be demoing the new LabVIEW Web UI Builder, a LabVIEW Development Environment in “the cloud” that is a peek into the future of LabVIEW and available for use today! He will also be giving an overview of source code control tools and techniques for LabVIEW. JKI founder Jim Kring will demo the JKI TortoiseSVN Tool for LabVIEW and talk about the

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