Rather than re-hash all the sessions others have already mentioned, here's a couple of sessions I'll be at:Session:
Long-term Investment in Test: Building Common Core Test Platforms (I'm presenting this one)Session Schedule:
Wednesday 8/4/10 at 16:45 in room 11ASession Description:
As we build our way back from challenging economic times, many companies are shying away from short term thinking one-off test systems and are instead investing in long term test platforms. Learn about National Instruments Software and Hardware used by industry leaders to stay ahead of the curve. Session will cover introduction to platform-based architectures, and how to implement them using NI Software development environments including TestStand & LabVIEW, as well as hardware technologies including distributed/shared resouces.Session Comments:
I'm presenting this one Session:
NI Requirements Gateway – A Power User’s SessionSession Schedule:
Wednesday 8/4/10 at 15:30 in room 17BSession Description:
A lot of people are using NI Requirements Gateway, especially in the Medical and Defense/Aerospace areas. Learn how to use Requirements Gateway more efficiently to manage your projects. Topics include customizing NIRG to use your own SRS documents, creating reports, and coverage statements in your documentation / codeComments:
Presented by Mike Rakolta - a must if you want to see how to get traceability into your projects to shorten project cycles and lower engineering risk. Even if you don't think that NIRG fits into your corporate processes, come see how you can use it personally to keep track of your work (as well as cover your butt
- What places are good to site-see around Austin?
How long are you going to be in town? The Texas State Museum (just north of the captial building) is well worth a visit.
Yes - heaps of 'em! That said, you'll probably just want to hook up with a few LAVA members - we all know the good places. You'll know us as we always sit front-and-center at the keynotes (yes, we're geeks).
- NI says there is a tour of their campus on Thursday morning - is that well worth a look (but it clashes with AQ's presentation tho )
I'd go to Stephen's presentation. NI Corporate is neat, but unless you really really want to see where Jeff K sits, then I'd skip it.