Archive for July, 2008
a couple blogs that I follow discussed
they blog. I figured that I would add to the discussion by
sharing why I blog...
In 2002, I founded JKI, a LabVIEW consulting company that also
dabbles in LabVIEW software product development. When you
a consultant, it's easy to start equating every hour as potential
billable income, which makes it difficult (by simple [...]
I really love VMware (who recently
their IPO). I've used their
Workstation product for quite a while (I love the snapshoting
and branching features), I just started using
Fusion on my Mac at home, and I'm evaluating their
Server products for some of JKI's office servers (such as our
machine). That's why I was very excited to hear
announcement that they [...]
Top 5 signs you’re not in control of your reusable VIs.
# 5 – You (and your team) aren’t using the reuse library.
You used to have big plans for your reusable VIs. You organized them. You had meetings to review them. You assigned someone the job to clean them up and create a great big library for everyone [...]
I'd like to welcome Bob Hamburger to the LabVIEW blogger community! Bob just announced his first blog post, Insidious Memory Leaks, Part 1, on his new blog, Bob's LabVIEW Insights.
Keep the great blog articles, coming, Bob. I'm looking forward to them
One of the great new features in LabVIEW 8.5 is the addition of an
Terminal on the For
Loop structure. This allows you to easily
"break" out of the For
Loop, when an exit condition occurs. (In fact, text based
programming languages often let you use the "break" command
to exit a For Loop.)
In the screenshot below, you can see [...]