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  1. The core of our business has changed. Fewer users are developing their own test applications; instead, they're buying something off the shelf like TestStand. Fewer users are developing their own data acquisition software; instead, they're buying something off the shelf like FlexLogger. This trend alters significantly the role of LabVIEW (CG and NXG) in the NI ecosystem -- it becomes far less important to support whole application development (though, of course, we still do and will) and far more important to support "just a bit of customization" when the pre-built tools fail. A lot of softwar
    4 points
  2. Thanks AQ, you are the first to actually spell this out in words that make sense to engineers. Not sure too many here are going to like it though! ps: I liked your post due to its honesty and absence of marketing weasel words, not because I think this is a particularly good strategy for NI. Maybe I have just had a weird career but in the 20 years or so I have been developing LabVIEW based solutions virtually never would a custom off-the-shelf piece of software like Signal Express or similar come anywhere close to doing what I needed it to and it would require so much customisation th
    3 points
  3. I discussed with @Mark Balla and we figured out a way to get all the old videos that used to be on the Tecnova site up to Youtube. It will take a few days but this is in progress. Probably within a week all the videos should be up. I will update this thread with progress.
    2 points
  4. @Neil Pate I thought I had fixed this bug. It dates from my NIWeek 2019 demo when I made a last minute change from "Destroy" public method to "onDestroy" protected method. You see what happens when you do a TDD project and you skip the tests "JUST ONCE" because you're in a hurry and the boss wants this code deployed ASAP??? Hahaha! I'll do a fix this weekend... Edit: Was fixed in the Develop branch... I'll test, bring to master branch, build and release a new package.
    1 point
  5. I don't mind the new green on the landing page of ni.com, but elsewhere on the site the new theme is a bit too much. I wanted to fix the near invisible links that @LogMAN ran into, but got a bit carried away: If anyone is interested in using the blue style, you can download it from here. Be warned it's not perfect, there's still lots of green bits on mouse over etc, but I find overall it makes the site much more readable. If blue isn't your thing, the primary color can be changed by setting the root --forrest-green color to something else.
    1 point


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