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National Instruments is coming to Denver.

National Instruments is coming to Denver next week.  They are hositng 2 events at the Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel in BroomField CO.  On Tuesday October 31st they are hosting the Denver CLD Summit and on Wednesday November 1st they are hosting

Introducing Automatic Version Manager (AVM) for LabVIEW

Automatic Version Manager (AVM) for LabVIEW This video is a  demo of some software I wrote called Automatic Version Manager for LabVIEW.  AVM is a solution for dealing with multiple versions of LabVIEW installed on the same computer.  If you have ever

Graphics Design for LabVIEW: Tips and Tricks

Graphic design should be important to anyone who designs and sells software.  The look and appearance of your final product makes an impact on what your users think of your software.  You want it to look professional.  Unfortunately, especially if you

Creating CHM Help Files

Help Files If you are not creating help files for your applications, you should seriously consider it.  How many times have you written an application and then one of the users comes to ask you how to do perform some task

Alternative to LabVIEW’s Installer Builder

Most people who develop software in LabVIEW are familiar with the installer build process from within LabVIEW.  If you haven't built an installer from within LabVIEW, it is similar to building an executable.  The first step is to build your executable. 

Denver CLD Summit

CLD Summit 2016 I recently had the privilege of presenting at the Denver Certified LabVIEW Developer Summit or CLD Summit for short.  It's sort of a "meeting of the minds" of some of the highly skilled LabVIEW developers in Denver.  It

Easy VPN

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network.  Why would you need one?  Well, let's backtrack to my previous post.  My previous post was about how to setup a development server.  It works great when I connect to it over my home

Development Server Setup

Software Developers often use a development server which runs version control and bug tracking software. Version control systems, such as Subversion, keep copies of each iteration of the source code. This allows developers to roll back changes if need be

Hidden Gems in LabVIEW

January ALARM Meeting Summary I recently made apresentation on Wednesday the 20th at the ALARM meeting.  ALARM stands for Advandced LabVIEW Architects of the Rocky Mountains.  This is a NI sponsored LabVIEW users group.    We meet every other month

Plug for ALARM group

ALARM – "Advanced LabVIEW Architects of the Rocky Mountains" We have a very active LabVIEW usersgroup here on the Frontrange of Colorado, based in the Golden/Boulder area called ALARM, which stands for "Advance LabVIEW Architects of the Rocky Mountains".   Don't