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Found 15 results

  1. Mark Balla

    NIWeek Videos

    Please see this link for Video downloads The NIWeek 2017 Videos are uploaded to the ftp server. Please see this link for information on downloading the videos. https://lavag.org/topic/19154-ni-week-2015-videos/#comment-115444
  2. Since I haven't seen anything... Who's up for our annual Sunday evening gathering at The Gingerman?
  3. Cat

    Wait. What?

    Am I the last person on Earth to realize that NIWeek is moving to May in 2017?!? Clueless Cat
  4. We recorded all JKI presentations and have made them available online. AI and deep learning with Javier Ruiz & Ian McFarlane, .NET integration and interface design with Sarah Zalusky, and Caraya unit testing with Jim Kring. Good stuff! Caraya: A New Take on LabVIEW Unit Testing - TS9754 by Jim Kring Designing a LabVIEW Interface for .NET Applications - TS9757 by Sarah Zalusky Artificial Intelligence With LabVIEW: Deep Learning-Based Classification and Control - TS9758 by Javier Ruiz & Ian McFarlane Watch videos
  5. Hello all. So NI is trying something new this year for NI Week. Year after year NI gets feedback from those that attend NI Week and one of the most common things people ask for is more technical sessions. We don't care too much for a marketing presentation telling us how your company is awesome, and we don't really need NI to tell us about some new hardware we'll never use. But coming back from NI Week with new technologies that excite me and make my job get done better, makes my boss want to send me next year. So as a way for NI Week to get more technical, NI has dedicated a room at NI Week to advanced users to give presentations on advanced topics, allowing them to make up their own Advanced Users. This track will be in addition to the other tracks NI usually has for various industries, like aerospace, and automotive. These presentations will be given by advanced developers who are LabVIEW Champions and will focus less on marketing and more on being technical, sorta similar to what you'll see at a CLD/CLA Summit. So checkout Room 15 Tuesday and Wednesday for the advanced awesomeness, you should expect lots of hearty frank group discussions. It seems not all of the topics are posted by NI yet, but here are just some of them. And yes for a bit of self promotion I am giving an updated presentation on XNodes that I gave earlier this year.
  6. NI week 2016 is around the corner and this another reason I am excited to attend this year. NI announced the finalist for the LabVIEW Tools Network Product of the year and DQMH made the list. Check out the list of finalists here: https://decibel.ni.com/content/groups/labview-add-on-dev-center/blog/2016/06/20/announcing-2016-award-finalists-and-25-year-honorees See you at NI Week 2016 Fab
  7. Howdy! It's getting close.... NIWeek 2014 is almost upon us! To celebrate I put together a video for the LabvIEW Coding Challenge (linked below). To qualify for a chance to go up against Darren, visit the LabVIEW Coding Challenge in the LabVIEW Zone of the expo floor and test your skills. The two fastest coders will go head to head for a chance to go up against Darren, the world's fastest LabVIEW coder! The competition is at high noon on Thursday, August 7. I've personally written the questions and this year will be entertaining and fun.... I guarantee it. Darren's Coding Challenge Chris Cilino Certified LabVIEW Architect
  8. The Graphical System Design Achievement Awards (GSDAA) is the National Instruments annual technical application contest, showcasing the most innovative projects based on NI software and hardware. Technical judges have whittled down more than 150 submissions to 18 finalists. These applications are really cool - everything from stabilizing the Milan Cathedral to testing ankle prostheses to a CERN particle accelerator. You can vote for your favorite until Monday, August 5, 2013. Help these customers out! To show support for your favorite finalist and increase their chances of winning, follow these steps: 1. First, join the NIWeek 2013 group. 2. Then, visit this blog post to view the papers and vote! The finalist with the most "Likes" will be honored at the GSDAA ceremony during NIWeek 2013 on August 6.
  9. Just found out about this "NIWeek tradition" https://www.facebook.com/events/678470302167587/
  10. Hey everyone, I'm very excited to let all NIWeek attendees know about a new podcast series I started in collaboration with NI. Aptly named the NIWeek Conference Podcast, you can listen to the first episode here. We'll be releasing one episode per week, to the run-up to August.
  11. JackDunaway

    LAVA BBQ 2013

    Greetings Friends of LAVA, colleagues, cohorts, and partners in crime! tl;dr: LAVA BBQ tickets on sale now, limited numbers on Early Bird pricing, get your tickets here: LAVA BBQ 2013 Event Page (lavag.org/bbq-tickets) LAVA BBQ 2012 in the Scholz Garten Biergarten (Photo by Norm Kirchner) It’s that time of year -- getting NIWeek approval, booking flights to AUS, and being the first to nab your LAVA BBQ ticket! For those of you who have never been to the kind of LAVA BBQ we're putting on, it's a time to get to know “the people behind the avatars” over BBQ and beers. Everything you need to know is on the LAVA BBQ 2013 Event Page, including time, a link to a map, a checkout to buy tickets today ... but we’ll violate the SSOT principle and make a data copy of the BBQ2013.lvclass object below: Date: Tuesday, 06 August 2013 Time: 7:00-10:00pm CDT (after the NIWeek Block Diagram Party. You won’t miss any NIWeek official events) Time for @LabVIEW_BORAT (and other ISO-8601-compliant robots): <EventBeginTimestamp>2013-08-07T00:00:00.000Z</EventBeginTimestamp> Location: Scholz Garten, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78704 (1 mile from Convention Center) Cost: $30 Early Bird (until July 5th) $35 Regular Admission (Until Aug 6th) $40 At the Door Who: Everyone is welcome, including spouses travelling to Austin with you. Even if it’s your first time, expect to recognize many faces/names from the forums and NI R&D What to wear: I’ve seen everything from flip-flops to evening gowns to... leather hats. (The vast majority leans toward casual clothes suited for the 1mile 95°F 7pm walk) If you plan to sponsor a Door Prize, there is a form field with your name on it during checkout. (See existing Prizes) If you prefer a Vegetarian option, we’d love to have you; there is a form field with your name on it during checkout. Hope to see you there! Chime in on this thread (and the comments section of the Event Page) once you buy tickets.
  12. During a presentation at NI Week, sorry can't remember which one exactly, the presenter suggested that the "Mark Balla Tool" was a great piece of IDE support code to have. This code was a utility VI or VIs that was said to be available on the code repository. I can't seem to find it. Can anyone point me in the correct direction? Thanks WireWarrior
  13. Hi All, We're exhibiting for the first time at NIWeek next week and want to get any feedback from using the lead retrieval system offered to exhibitors. We've used lead retrieval at previous trade shows and it's been very successful, though I wonder about this vendor, about foot traffic and leads generated at NIWeek, and so on. I wonder if other past exhibitors have had good or bad experience specifically at NIWeek. Obviously, there's a different ROI depending on your services, but general feedback would be appreciated. I've attached the details about the vendor (LeadAdvance powered by ActiveEvents). LeadAdvance_BB_2012.pdf Thanks so much! Brian Spears Sixclear
  14. It's that time of year again. What will the next installment of the LAVA/OpenG BBQ bring? One thing is for sure - door prize galore! Past prizes have included (just to name a few): home-made creations, gift-cards, tablets, books, Ipods, LabVIEW goodness, software and even a plane-ride. We accept anything - so feel free to be creative! By donating a prize you and your company will receive free advertising in this thread. But wait, it doesn't stop there! When your donation is drawn on the night, you may take center stage and embrace fame thrust upon on you by the loving crowd who are anxious to have their ticket drawn from Crelf's stunningly good-looking akubra. So what are you waiting for? Check out the cool prizes below (knowing there will be more added to this thread as NIWeek approaches). If you would like to donate (please do, we really appreciate the LAVA-love) feel free to add a prize below or PM me with the details and I'll do it. If you haven't already get your 2012 LAVA/OpenG BBQ tickets here!
  15. --- UPDATE 2012-08-05: Ticket pre-sales are now closed. If you need to buy a ticket at NIWeek, this post has what you need to know. --- It's that time of year again! Are you coming to NIWeek 2012? Do you want to enjoy cold beers and hot mesquite BBQ with your friends from LAVA, OpenG, and the whole LabVIEW Community? Then come to the 2012 LAVA / OpenG NIWeek Bar-B-Q! Year after year we bring together all your best online (and real-life!) friends from LAVA (LabVIEW Advanced Virtual Architects), OpenG (home of LabVIEW's open source community), and even the leaders in NI LabVIEW R&D. Come enjoy great barbecue with great people away from the hustle & bustle of the convention floor. Menu*: Mesquite BBQ beef brisket, chicken, and pork ribs. Potato salad, pinto beans, and coleslaw, and iced tea. There'll be a cash bar, and they have a great selection of brews. Date: Tuesday, August 7th, 2012, 7:00 PM (after the NIWeek "Block Diagram Party") Location: Scholz Garten, 1607 San Jacinto Blvd, Austin, TX 78701 Cost: $30 per person How to buy a ticket: Ticket pre-sales closed. See here to buy a ticket at the conference. *Vegetarian food is available on request -- PM Justin here for info. What to Wear: A LAVA T-Shirt, of course! Door Prizes Galore: Everyone is in the running for one of there super door prizes donated by other LAVA members. (You're welcome to offer up a prize too - hint, hint!)
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