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009 VISP Getting Ready for NIWeek 2011


In this episode of the VI Shots podcast, I invited three members of the LabVIEW community to talk about how to get the most out of NIWeek 2011. I have Darren Natinger from National Instruments, Christopher Relf from VI Engineering and Justin Goeres from JKI.

There are a lot of things to see at NIWeek and we cover some of the technical sessions you can attend and how to get the most out of this year’s technology conference if this is your first time or even if you’ve been there before.

I will be at NIWeek this year, so feel free to come up to me and say hello. Most of the time I will be hanging out at the JKI booth on the expo floor. I will also be attending the LAVA OpenG BBQ and will be on a discussion panel called We are the Champions (Tues. Aug 2, 2:15–3:15 p.m. – room 10C).

Here are more links to items mentioned in this podcast episode:

VI Shots tip: After the closing music, keep listening for some extra content.

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

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  • Anonymous


    I loved the podcast! Although, I think I would call Jeff Kodosky’s keynote interesting and worth while, but I wouldn’t describe it as “fun”, maybe I am missing something ;)
    Thanks for adding the extra comments after the end credits, that was funny. 


    • http://vishots.com VI Shots

      LabVIEW: It’s OK to have fun.

      It was hard to edit this one. So many things in there were not appropriate for general audiences. Could have got me kicked off of iTunes. :)