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  1. I agree that the XControl questions should go. XControls will not make it into NXG anyway. When I teach Advanced Architectures in LabVIEW, I mention what XControls are but I skip that section because I don't think they should be used for new development. I do recertify by points but I am already very active in the community.
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  4. I will let @Christian_L add to this. I was suggesting to put it in the section looking for code because the Reference Designs already solve lots of problems that people who are starting from scratch might not know about. Instead of reinventing the wheel. The reference designs cover everything from simple libraries, design patterns all the way to complete application architectures. When I teach Advanced Architectures in LabVIEW I point people to this page and I often hear: "why didn't I know about this earlier before I went and reinvented the wheel". If you prefer to include it under Beyond Basics Training, that is fine with me, as long as it is included somewhere on the landing page. Thanks, Fab
  5. Excellent work Hooovahh! I hope it is not too much trouble to keep it up to date. I would like to add to the "I'm Looking to Find Example Code and Toolkits" section the NI Reference Designs Portal at http://ni.com/referencedesigns It is a collection of reference designs that Christian Loew and his team keep updating. It started with only Systems Engineering reference designs, but now it includes several other. Thanks for adding the links to the videos we have for source code control, you could also link to our blog SCC category, so as we add new blog posts and videos, the link will be up to date. We have videos for SVN, Hg, and Git: http://delacor.com/category/scc/ Thanks, Fab
  6. RT @ProfFeynman: We are never definitely right, we can only be sure we are wrong. https://t.co/SJo5qpcO9F

  7. @labview @GDevConference A minor pet peeve of mine, I prefer to call us "LabVIEW programmers" instead of "LabVIEW u… https://t.co/UNc0IIigXk

  8. @ErynnBrook I am confused now, am I going to get my woman card removed because I do have a box of cables too? Is th… https://t.co/rlJmUc5cFO

  9. @Orbimation 100000000 likes! :)

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  11. @joerghampel @TheSpazmaticsTX It is a franchise, maybe you could create SpazmaticsEurope :)

  12. @stefan_lemmens Those tickets went fast! Those colleagues of you deserve a nice gift ;) See you at #GDevCon !

  13. Just got my ticket, I'll be there!
  14. Definition of an apology. https://t.co/fgtN4eLNeC

  15. RT @GDevConference: We now have our presentation pack and application form ready to go! Find the downloads at https://t.co/aqs6K42adA #gdev…

  16. I added the chat comments that we were able to recover to this post: https://t.co/d0oN2g6UT4 close to the top ther… https://t.co/1cqW3MvO0F

  17. This was then: https://t.co/lIR6ha2n6z This is now. No moral compass. https://t.co/iWweUxK0sP

  18. RT @WoodhamsChris: Check out the updated GDevCon website, loads more info and it's looking awesome, bit excited! https://t.co/VRtSzZLDHn ht…

  19. I am so proud of our team. https://t.co/CQ5xF5xc5K

  20. @Jarobit y yo vamos a dar un curso de dos días en España "Diseña tu propio marco de trabajo en #LabVIEW" 6 y 7 de… https://t.co/195TSo47kL

  21. RT @ProfFeynman: Being wrong isn't a bad thing like they teach you in school. It an opportunity to learn something. https://t.co/LOxF3RwlQa

  22. Hello everyone, I don't know if you have seen/heard about the GDevCon @Steve Watts and his chums (as he calls them) are organizing. It is GDevCon#1, some of the things I think our LAVA friends will love are: It is independent from NI, created and driven by the community Two day conference Focused on real problems encountered everyday by LabVIEW developers Open to everyone (you don't need to have any certification like CLAD, CLD, CLA, etc). The conference will take place in September 2018 somewhere in the UK. If you want to learn more, register at: https://www.gdevcon.com/ Regards, Fab
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  24. RT @labviewbydesign: Attend the IEEE Spectrum webinar in less than an hour (1pm CST) to learn about saving time and money with unit testing…

  25. Follow @manwhohasitall This might also be your opportunity to bring some equality to poor men who have been left ou… https://t.co/kt3rwTugcP

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