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LabVIEW Developer Days 2015- Melbourne (Intermediate to Advanced)

       
    1:20pm

    Case Study Presentation

    Hear from local engineers and scientists from academia and industry as they explore innovative approaches to theirapplications using LabVIEW

    1:35pm

    Data Communication for Scalable Systems in LabVIEW (Intermediate)

    Your prototype works, but now what do you need to consider before scaling it up to multiple systems? This session will consider several real-world use cases (1:0 headless embedded controller, 1:1 datalogger, N:1 waveform data aggregation, 1:N command stream distribution, N:N status monitoring) and offer recommended communication architectures to address each of them. We'll also discuss pitfalls of choosing the wrong architecture, the sweet spot for shared variables, and how to build N:1 and 1:N Network Stream communication pathways. This session focuses on inter-node (network) communications, and is targeted at the intermediate user.

    2:15pm

    Case Study Presentation

    Hear from local engineers and scientists from academia and industry as they explore innovative approaches to theirapplications using LabVIEW

    2:30pm

    Best Practices for Code Packaging in LabVIEW (Intermediate - Advanced)

    LLB or lvlib?  PPL or DLL?  Source distribution or VIPM?  Learn what packaging options exist for LabVIEW code and the right time to use each of them.  This session is most suitable for intermediate-level developers who need to distribute completed code either to end users or to other developers for use in larger applications.

    3:10pm

    Afternoon Tea

    3:30pm

    Decisions Behind the Design: LabVIEW for CompactRIO Sample Projects (Advanced)

    The LabVIEW for CompactRIO Sample Projects provide developers with a scalable, readable, and reliable starting point for designing embedded control and monitoring applications. This session will analyze the software architecture that was used and highlight design techniques that can be applied to a variety of embedded applications. 

    4:10pm

    Conclusion of Afternoon Sessions

     

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    LabVIEW Developer Days Intermediate/Advanced Session in Melbourne, 26 May

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    * Kindly note that you can attend BOTH the Introductory/Intermediate and Intermediate/Advanced Sessions if you're still unsure about what sessions to attend. We would advise that you attend the Introductory/Intermediate session in the morning and continue on to the Intermediate/Advanced sessions in the afternoon depending on how your day is tracking.