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Come Visit JKI @ NIWeek 2013

Aug 2, 2013 1:55:41 PM Published by Justin Goeres Leave a comment


NIWeek 2013 is almost here! We'll be there like always, and we're in the same place as last year: Booth #630, right by the Technology Theater Stage.

The best part of NIWeek is networking with other LabVIEW developers to learn and share with each other. Check out these great talks presented by JKI engineers and some of our friends in the LabVIEW world:

Making the Most of New User Event Features in LabVIEW 2013
Wednesday, August 7 – 4:45-5:45 p.m. – Room 16A
Michael Aivaliotis, JKI

Event-based programming is a recognized best practice in software development, and it is particularly important in LabVIEW, where nearly every significant application uses multiple loops and multiple pieces of hardware. Watch Certified LabVIEW Architect and LabVIEW Champion Michael Aivaliotis demonstrate how User Events work, how JKI uses them in every project, and how they are even better in LabVIEW 2013. 

How to Polish Your Software and Development Process to Wow Your End Users
Wednesday, August 7 – 1:00-2:00 p.m. – Room 19A
Fabiola De la Cueva, Delacor

Hear from LabVIEW Champion and LabVIEW Architects Forum Founder Fabiola De la Cueva about five "little things" that can improve your application's usability and create happier, more productive end users. From easy ways for your app to look and feel like a "real Windows application" to subtle features that can make every application template easier for developers to use, explore the secrets that professional LabVIEW developers use to make their lives, and their users’ lives, easier.

At Your Fingertips: Creating a Touch Screen UI for Embedded LabVIEW Apps
Thursday, August 8 – 10:30-11:30 a.m. – Room 17A
Jim Kring, JKI

Learn how to improve your application’s usability and wow your users by building touch panel user interfaces for your LabVIEW applications. Certified LabVIEW Architect and LabVIEW Champion Jim Kring will show you step-by-step how JKI builds cheap, reusable touch interfaces for their customers’ LabVIEW projects. Examine how to build a touch UI for LabVIEW and to create a portable, custom touch interface for your projects.


LAVA / OpenG NIWeek 2013 BBQ
Tuesday, August 7 – 7:00-10:00 pm – Scholz Garten (buy your ticket in advance)

Come enjoy great BBQ and a great time at the largest independent event of NIWeek. Held once again at the Scholz Garten, the LAVA / OpenG NIWeek BBQ is the place to meet and greet with all your friends in the LabVIEW Community. Come hang with your favorite LAVA posters, OpenG developers, and dozens of our friends from National Instruments and around the world. You can even win cool prizesBuy your tickets here today!

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