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Jordan Kuehn

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Jordan Kuehn last won the day on November 6 2022

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  1. The demo made me wonder if it could theoretically create drivers from spec sheets automatically. It seems like it would be a well bounded problem, create labview wrappers for the commands listed in the manual.
  2. Is anyone headed to Austin for NI Connect in a couple weeks? Since I haven't seen any LAVA BBQ news I assume that's not happening, but perhaps we have some fellow LAVA-ers(?) interested in gathering somewhere?
  3. What sample rates and what frequencies are you using?
  4. I couldn't find the code repository entry for this library, but I am getting an error: PQ Connection.lvclass:Connect.vitsdb CONNECTION_BAD: authentication method 10 not supported with postgres versions 14.7 on linux, and 15.2 on pc, running the toolkit in LV2021 on windows. Is there an issue with the authentication and SHA-256 on the newer versions of postgres?
  5. *ahem* Not that I'm suggesting that you do bother haha.
  6. I have had a passing interest. I think you were extoling its virtues some time ago. But when I saw I'd be needing to build the LV implementation of the protocol from scratch I lost interest. I also didn't see a lot of wide adoption at the time in areas where I was working, but that is probably worth a fresh look.
  7. I am intrigued by a separate "NI Create" event for developers.
  8. If the lumpiness of contracts does not appeal to you, going out as a consultant will be more of that but you'll also be in charge of sales, purchasing, invoicing, and customer relations. I worked as a LV consultant in a small group for 10 years, managing the Test and Measurement business side as well as the programming. It's a lot of work, but if you enjoy handling that it is rewarding and you gain experience in a wide variety of fields and applications. I now work for an oil and gas company as the lead LV developer and do enjoy the stability as compared to consulting. There's also the ability to continue to develop applications to full maturity over a longer development cycle than turn-key testers. I'd say it really depends on what type of work and experience you are looking to gain in your career.
  9. Office 365 gave me many headaches in the past. Additionally updates would change the ActiveX interfaces breaking compatibility unless you reloaded and recompiled. I would typically try to purchase a single seat permanent license for a particular test stand and not use the IT software. Not sure if that is an option for you.
  10. Does this work for cRIO and RT targets? Raspberry Pi running LV?
  11. Fair enough. Good luck and please keep us up to date as you progress or need beta testers!
  12. I assume you are familiar with these already? https://github.com/LabVIEW-Open-Source/LV-MQTT-Broker https://www.wireflow.com/products/software/wf-wirequeue-mqtt-toolkit/ I use the latter extensively, both in Windows and Linux RT. I have some curiosity regarding the first one, both the client and the broker, but have yet to try it out. I do not know how many of us there are, but I do use MQTT heavily and would welcome an additional (paid or OSS) toolkit. One feature of a native broker that I would love to see is the ability to cluster brokers like EQMX or other.
  13. If still active I would appreciate the link as well.
  14. https://www.ni.com/en-us/shop/software/products/embedded-control-and-monitoring-software-suite.html
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