And Now for Something Completely Different – Python Magazine

Posted on Tuesday 9 October 2007


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I'm a visual programming guy -- I love LabVIEW. But, when I need a text-based language, I generally choose python.  What's not to love?  It's dynamic, clean, has an interactive environment, and is named after Monty Python.  Basically, it's a great compliment to LabVIEW, IMO.  That's why I was excited to learn that there is a new printed (and PDF) magazine out called Python Magazine and they have just released their first issue, which you can download for free.

I can't help by reminisce about the good old days when LabVIEW Technical Resource (LTR) was still in publication.  Hmmm... I'm getting old. :)



1 Comment for 'And Now for Something Completely Different – Python Magazine'

  1.  
    kesten
    January 26, 2013 | 6:49 am
     

    I’m just dipping into labview. Is there any way that you could make a custom component (like a boolean or comaprison node) using your own code in python. That would be sweet. User defined nodes.

    kesten

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