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  1. Yes, I don't assume you use many new features of LabVIEW from the last 10 years if you still develop in LabVIEW 2009.
    2 points
  2. NI didn't say they would be porting NXG features to 2021, but to future versions of LabVIEW. Technically such a promise would have been unfulfillable, since at the time the NXG demise was announced, LabVIEW 2021 was basically in a state where anything that was to be included in 2021 had to be more or less fully finished and tested. A release of a product like LabVIEW is not like your typical LabVIEW project where you might make last minute changes to the program while testing your application at the customer side. For a software package like LabVIEW, there is a complete code freeze except
    2 points
  3. LINX now is supported on commercial applications starting in 2020 BTW. Your opinion is valid, and you have reasons for it, but I think it might be a bit of forest from the trees situation here. LabVIEW tends to have a one or two major bullet points of new features with each release, with many smaller improvements that are less noteworthy. Some of these aren't very applicable to me and I don't see the benefit of the update, but I can still recognize that a bunch of effort was put into a making it into the release, and makes me think NI isn't sitting idle. I know I made a list like this
    2 points
  4. I also think that it is the strategic staff that is leading labview in the wrong direction. the concept of labview is certainly unique and has its justification. the strategic decisions are simply the wrong ones. the management should be fired and a few innovative engineers should be left to make the decisions. there are enough new technologies waiting to be implemented with labview.
    1 point


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