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029 VISP Effective LabVIEW Programming. New Book by Thomas Bress Helps you Pass your CLD


Thomas Bress is the author of a new book out on LabVIEW called: “Effective LabVIEW Programming”. This book was released recently and in this episode of the VI Shots podcast, I interview the author, so we can get a better understanding of how it can help you transition from the CLAD level of certification to the CLD level.

Effective LabVIEW Programming by Thomas J. Bress

Thomas has managed to create a valuable resource for anyone that wants to transition from a basic LabVIEW coder, to a professional LabVIEW programmer that can handle complicated software project requirements. He spreads proper coding techniques and best practices throughout the book. This is knowledge that would take someone years to master on their own. I highly recommend this book for any beginner to intermediate level user who wants to take their skills to the next level.

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About the author: Michael Aivaliotis has been working in the test and measurement industry since 1993 with LabVIEW 3.0. He started his career as a test engineer and quickly fell in love with the graphical programming paradigm that LabVIEW provided. Since then, he’s worked on or developed an incredible number of complex test systems in electronics, semiconductor, automotive, telecom, biomedical and other industries. He’s an Certified LabVIEW Architect and a Certified LabVIEW Instructor. He also has the distinction of being among a select few LabVIEW Champions. In 2002, he created the LAVA Forums which have now become the largest independent online LabVIEW community. Email Me

  • FabiolaDelaCueva

    Excellent interview with Tom Bress. I had the opportunity to review a couple of chapters of this book, but it was nice to hear a little more about the back story. Thanks Tom, for all the effort and time you put into this, it is a great book and hopefully it will contribute to us finding less spaghetti coders out there in the wild!


  • Anon A Mus

    How does this book compare with “The LabVIEW Style Book” by Peter Blume?