Introducing the JKI Software Blog

Posted on Saturday 31 January 2009

Recently, JKI announced the new JKI Software Blog.  I wanted to make sure that all of you, the readers of Thinking in G, knew about this great new resource on LabVIEW.  But, I also wanted to explain how the JKI Software Blog relates to this blog, Thinking in G.

Over the years that I’ve been blogging here at Thinking in G, many of my posts have related to the software products of JKI, such as VIPM, EasyXML, and the JKI State Machine.  But, from now on, I’m going to be posting JKI-related articles on the JKI Software Blog.

The goal of this change is to:

  1. draw a more clear line between my own personal thoughts on LabVIEW and the messages coming from JKI, and
  2. encourage other JKI team members to post articles (on the JKI Software Blog) that relate to JKI and LabVIEW.

Hopefully, this means more great articles about LabVIEW for all of you.  I know for a fact that the JKI team has a LOT of great stuff planned for 2009, so stay tuned in to the JKI Software Blog.

For more information about the JKI Software Blog, visit

2 Comments for 'Introducing the JKI Software Blog'

    James Powell
    May 12, 2013 | 12:25 am

    Correction: “One wonders how many…” Great, now I sound like a badly-written blog-comment bot.

    May 13, 2013 | 9:51 am

    Don’t worry, Dr Powell, I know you’re not a spammer ;)

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