National Instruments invites engineers and scientists to improve their graphical programming skills by attending LabVIEW Developer Days; a free, 1-day professional development event held in 12 locations throughout Northern Europe. As well as providing in-depth technical presentations and valuable programming tips for new and experienced users, LabVIEW Developer Days also gives attendees the opportunity to network with fellow programmers.
Suitable for any measurement or control system, LabVIEW software integrates all the tools that engineers and scientists need to build applications in less time, by providing a development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. The Keynote presentation at the start of each LabVIEW Developer Day, entitled “You and NI Will Prepare for the Future” demonstrates how NI’s powerful, intuitive technology is used to address the engineering challenges of today, as well as those yet to come.
By choosing from two tracks, depending on experience, attendees tailor the day to suit their individual needs. The Intermediate track is created for programmers who are new to LabVIEW, offering guidance on how to personalise the environment to accelerate productivity, together with best practices for code packaging. Alternatively, more experienced users will choose the Advanced track, featuring topics such as data communication for scalable systems and how to improve code quality through automated code analysis.
Attendees at each of the 12 events can take the career-enhancing NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam, the first step in the three-part LabVIEW certification process, for free. There is also the option to take advantage of a technical preparation session for the next level of professional proficiency, the Certified LabVIEW Developer qualification. In addition, every attendee will receive a voucher for 50 per cent discount towards any NI training course in 2015.
To reserve your place at one of the following 12 European locations please visit ni.com.
- Tuesday 14th April: Newbury
- Thursday 16th April: Cambridge
- Tuesday 21st April: Netherlands
- Thursday 23rd April: Belgium
- Tuesday 28th April: Edinburgh
- Thursday 30th April: Birmingham
- Tuesday 5th May: Finland
- Thursday 7th May: Denmark
- Tuesday 12th May: Belfast
- Thursday 14th May: Dublin
- Tuesday 19th May: Sweden
- Thursday 21st May: Norway