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  1. QUOTE (hambazaza @ Apr 14 2009, 09:30 AM) Not sure how you find out who wrote the driver. Most drivers just have basic functionality. I would look at the programming manual for the E4448A, this should show all the GPIB commands. http://cp.literature.agilent.com/litweb/pdf/E4440-90618.pdf
  2. QUOTE (zmarcoz @ Jan 16 2009, 11:51 AM) Depends how long you have been developing applications using the recommended design patterns and follwoing NI's style guidelines. I know a lot of people who have been programming for many years in LabVIEW >10 years and are no way ready to take the CLD exam. They have used stacked sequence structures heavily and love to use local variables to pass data. I think the CLAD has a 92% pass rate the CLD has I believe a 56% pass rate but keep in mind that is not first time pass that is overall pass rate. My recommendation is to sit down and take the 3 practice exams and only allow yourself 4 hours for each. Then submit your work in a forum such as this one to get some feedback. Another thing, at the LabVIEW developers day seminar they give away a 200 coupon for training or certification. I would look to see if they are having a developers day in your area. Last year, I took the CLAD for free then only paid 99 dollars for the CLD exam.
  3. QUOTE (zmarcoz @ Jan 16 2009, 11:51 AM) Depends how long you have been developing applications using the recommended design patterns and follwoing NI's style guidelines. I know a lot of people who have been programming for many years in LabVIEW >10 years and are no way ready to take the CLD exam. They have used stacked sequence structures heavily and love to use local variables to pass data. I think the CLAD has a 92% pass rate the CLD has I believe a 56% pass rate but keep in mind that is not first time pass that is overall pass rate. My recommendation is to sit down and take the 3 practice exams and only allow yourself 4 hours for each. Then submit your work in a forum such as this one to get some feedback. Another thing, at the LabVIEW developers day seminar they give away a 200 coupon for training or certification. I would look to see if they are having a developers day in your area. Last year, I took the CLAD for free then only paid 99 dollars for the CLD exam.
  4. I am a Certified LabVIEW Developer who is very interested in working on some small projects. My email address is brianlachlan@hotmail.com
  5. QUOTE (pallen @ Sep 24 2008, 12:03 PM) I guess I am just a stupid American voting for W. The fact that Canada is considered a country fascinates me. Another thing that fascinates me is that someone brought politics into this forum. Nice going.
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