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032 VISP Interview with Christina Rogers – LabVIEW R&D

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Christina Rogers is a software engineer in the LabVIEW R&D group. She primarily works under the hood of LabVIEW adding much needed features and capabilities using C++. Sometimes she dives into G code, as she did to implement the LabVIEW Getting Started window. She’s worked on features that you may have not noticed. In this interview we go into some of those features and uncover a cool LabVIEW ini token that I think a lot of users will find helpful in their daily coding. We also discuss the new bookmarks feature just released in LabVIEW 2013, which is pretty awesome.

The new Bookmarks Manager in LabVIEW 2013

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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

  • Steve Watts

    Excellent interview Michael and many thanks to Christine etc for their continuing efforts to make LabVIEW better. Most of us understand how hard it is!

  • FabiolaDelaCueva

    Loved this interview!
    Thanks for giving us some insight on what goes on behind the scenes in LabVIEW R&D at NI.

    Also, Christina thanks for the Bookmark manager. One of my customers was already using # to mark comments, to-dos, bug tracking cases, etc. I can not tell you how excited he was when we upgraded his code to LabVIEW 2013 and I showed him the book manager. I guess he was lucky that he had chosen # as his tag symbol ;)

    Michael, thanks for the podcast, keep it up !

    Fab

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  • Jeffrey Habets

    Super interview Michael! And thanks for QuickBold Cristina. :-)