LabVIEW Developer Education Day is coming up soon (May 22), here in the San Francisco Bay Area. The good news is that National Instruments will be giving free Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exams at the event, so, if you're not yet certified, this is a great way to do it. If you've read my blog, you know that certification matters (to me).
Recently, I've gotten a couple emails from friends about how they
should study for the exam. Here are my thoughts:
First, I recommend my book (of course), LabVIEW for Everyone.
There's info in the preface on the LabVIEW exams and how to
the book as a study guide. We worked directly with National
Instruments' training department to make sure that the book was a good
resource for the LabVIEW certification exams.
recommend that you take a look at the LabVIEW
tutorials on the LabVIEW wiki and the exam
prep resources provided by NI (especially, the How Can
I Prepare for the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) Exam?
page). When you have studied and you want to test your
skills, here is an online
quiz and sample
exam you can take.
If you are taking the exam, good luck. Study hard, practice,
and I'm sure you'll do well