Webinars

A collection of 13 posts
April 2021 Webinar

April 2021 Webinar

April 22, 10 AM MT 10 things I wish I knew when I started using Git. Using Git can be complicated. It is not designed to be user-friendly. Yet it is at the core of good software engineering practices. Unit Tests are great for telling you that you accidentally broke
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February 2021 Webinar

February 2021 Webinar

LabVIEW Shortcuts – Don’t waste time wiring… February 24th, 10:00am MT We are fortunate to have Stefan Lemmens join us in February. He is going to give a presentation on all the various types of LabVIEW Shortcuts. We are always looking for ways to be more efficient. These tips
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December 2020 Webinar

December 2020 Webinar

Antidoc – The Solution to Documentation December 15th, 11:00am MT We believe in finding better ways to write software. You can be productive and still have fun. We help developers be more productive and have more fun by taking complex software engineering topics and breaking them down into small pieces
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August 2020 Webinar

August 2020 Webinar

Be A Craftsperson August 26, 11:00am MT The way we think about coding and the way we approach it has a huge impact on our results. Approaching software from a craftperson perspective helps us to produce high quality valuable software. Sometimes we feel like firefighters running around putting out
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June 2020 Webinar

June 2020 Webinar

Technical Skills For Agile Development June 24, 11:00am MT Agile has a lot to say about how we manage the software development lifecycle, but it requires good technical skills to be successful. Often we get caught up in the software development lifecycle side of agile software development. It is
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April 2020 Webinar

April 2020 Webinar

Designing a Scripting Tool By Example April 29, 11:00am MT I keep repeating the same boring steps aver and over again. There has to be a better way. If you’ve ever felt this way, then this webinar is for you. As programmers we automate things. That’s what
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February 2020 Webinar

February 2020 Webinar

Mock Objects February 26, 11:00am MT I want to verify that my code uses some other object correctly. Sometimes the code you are testing interacts with some other component.  Maybe it’s a database, a network connection, or a piece of hardware. This type of code can be really
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December 2019 Webinar

December 2019 Webinar

Refactoring December 11 11:00am MT I need to add a feature but it is too hard. Refactoring can help! Refactoring is the art of taking existing code and waking it easier to understand and modify without actually changing it’s behavior. Why? Friction. Code is read more often than
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October 2019 Webinar

Test Driven Development October 23 11:00am MT I Tried Unit Testing But Testing My Existing Code Is Too Hard! That’s because you have got the order wrong! Writing unit tests after the fact is possible, but it is always hard. Why? Because whoever wrote it never thought about
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August 2019 Webinar

Basic Continuous Integration with GitLab and LabVIEW – 8/28 at 11am MT How do I make sure my unit tests get run regularly? Maybe you have unit tests, vi analyzer tests, and a build process in place but how often do you actually run them? What if one action that
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June 2019 Webinar

June 2019 Webinar

How do I make sure my code works? If you have ever asked that question then this presentation is for you. Find out how unit testing can help you verify that your code works and help you track down bugs when it doesn’t. We’ll talk about the basics
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April 2019 Webinar

April 2019 Webinar

Choosing a Framework – April 24th 11am-12pm MST So many choices DQMH, AF, DCAF, SMO, ALOHA, TLB, and I’m probably still missing some.  There are lots of LabVIEW Frameworks out there (and they all have cryptic acronymns).  If you are confused by this alphabet soup of frameworks, then this presentation
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FREE Webinar Series

I’ve decided to put on a free webinar series this year.  I’m going to try to plan 1 webinar every other month.  I’m trying not to collide with NI week, the CLA summits, GDevCon, etc.  I don’t have all the dates set yet, but I do
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