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  1. At my current job I work primarily in LabVIEW but not on a daily basis. Coding discipline is lax as the software organisation is fairly new and everything is made to just work for a single project. I will be interviewing at a startup for a position requiring mostly LabVIEW and would like to have some advice on how to prepare. I've looked at Core 1, 2 and took a in person class for embedded controls and monitoring. In addition, I've read LabVIEW for everyone and LabVIEW Essentials. However, I feel like I'm on shaky grounds and can't confidently call myself a professional LabVIEW developer. Is there anything else I should do to improve my confidence as a LabVIEW engineer? For the interview I will be presenting my solution to a take home code problem as well as one-on-ones just talking most likely about good practice. Thanks for any advice.
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