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  1. Manufacturing a satellite or a simple pen require to test the quality of the product before delivery to the customer. LabVIEW is widely used for that purpose. Since 20 years of LabVIEW development I saw numerous test framework. I was wondering if people where interested to work in a collective and open source test framework. Per example the following feature can be included: HAL (hardware abstraction layer) Database to record test results with the data viewer (PostgreSQL) single/asynchronous/batch/debug mode multi-language support Image analysis (open CV) + bar code reader User access level Remote monitoring Jig identification to prevent user error (testing the wrong product with the wrong jig/test sequence) HTML/xml/txt report and so on.... Benoit
  2. Audi Dec

    Software Test Engineer

    Senior Engineer Cupertino, CA 95014 1 year and extendable Domain: Consumer Electronics Must have : Python, C/C++ (preferably Python), LabView • Work closely with the design team to analyze the requirements and help with defining the test criteria • Work with the team to develop the automated functional and regression tests using apple’s testing framework. • Actively participate in code reviews conducted by the developers • Evaluate existing testing methodologies and suggest new techniques that will help us deliver high-quality features faster. • Improve, maintain, and execute automated functional, regression, testing codebase • Maintain a solid understanding of Test workflows, automation best practices, and agile methodologies • Maintain proficiency in application and use of systems, tools, and processes within the Technology department. • Take a lead role in QA Roadmap initiatives Basic Qualifications: • BS/MS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, electrical engineering or similar technical field • 3+ years of experience as a Software Development, Test Automation. • Experience in embedded hardware, software test automation. • Demonstrated experience in test framework design and development • Excellent communication, collaboration, reporting, analytical and problem-solving skills • Proficient with Agile testing methodologies and best practices Mandatory Skills: • Strong programming skills with Python, C/C++ (preferably Python), LabView Expert • Excellent fundamental knowledge of data structures, algorithms, and object-oriented design • Experience with embedded system hardware/software test automation. • Experience with Functional, factory line, diagnostic, reliability testing • Experience defining test plans and designing/developing the automation. • Experience with Linux, real time operating systems (bonus) • Passion for testing and quality engineering • Experience with bash scripting Reach me at chaitu@fraank.com for more information
  3. Northwest Contract Services is seeking a Sr. LabView Developer to assist our client, a game console manufacturer who is set to make a major announcment on May 21st, to perform the following responsibilities: 7+ years’ experience in Labview (Must have worked end-to-end Architecture/Design/Test) DLL development in Labview Minimum 5+ years’ experience in hardware test/design environment. Solid EE skills Hardware Test experience Experience using test equipment (multi-meters, o-scopes etc.) Experience with sensors a big plus Project management experience is a big plus .Net, ActiveX, Vision, Motion, DAQ, instrument communication, TCP/IP, source code control, state machines TestStand experience is a plus C++/C# experience is a plus Northwest Contract Services offers very competitive wages, a comprehensive Medical/Dental/Vision plan - 100% of premiums paid by NWCS , and a 4% Match 401K program. This opportunity is a long-term position with an opportunity for growth and sustainment. Qualified candidates will receive an immediate response. Aaron Edgington Northwest Contract Services aaron@nwcontract.com 253-350-4980 (cell)
  4. For more information, please have a look at http://www.silixa.com/careers.
  5. Does anyone have any recommendation of a tool that makes gui testing easier and automatic for LabVIEW? I have heard that some use AutoIT, is it any good?
  6. John Lokanis

    USB port switch matrix?

    Here is a strange request but I am casting a wide net to see if anyone has seen a solution to this. I need a device that can route a USB dongle to a DUT's USB port. I need to be able to simulate the insertion and removal of the USB dongle without physical access to the dongle. I need this to be controlled via Ethernet. Ideally, this product would allow me to insert a single USB dongle and route it to multiple DUTs simultaneously. If that is not possible, I could insert multiple dongles and route them 1 to 1. So, why do we need this? Well, our product is designed to boot off a USB dongle and get us a basic OS that we can then use to load a full test OS from a network server. But, once we install the network OS, we want to reboot and not see the dongle anymore. Right now we need someone to physically pull the dongle from the DUT. We would like to automate this process. thanks for any ideas, thoughts or sympathy... -John
  7. Jayakaran

    Test Technician Needed

    Cal-Bay Systems is looking for looking for a test technician. If interested, please send resumes to Careers@calbay.com Job Description Function as the interface between Engineering and the Assembly shop Execute verification and validation test plans on first time & repeat integrated systems Develop LabVIEW software per requirements provided by Engineering team Debug and troubleshoot both hardware (HW) and software (SW) of automated test and measurements custom systems during final implementation phase Execute wiring and high level mechanical assembly tasks Required Education and Background At least 10 years of hands on experience on multi-disciplined Engineering Systems 2 year Electronics degree (AA) or equivalent Experience testing and troubleshooting automated test and measurements hardware to root cause by using system documentation such as schematics and wiring lists and test instrument manuals Expert in National Instruments LabVIEW – Certifications is a plus Expert in National Instruments Hardware platforms Ability to multitask and prioritize in a dynamic environment Strong communication skills Strongly Preferred Ability to understand mechanical SolidWorks models Ability to read electrical schematics and use information to assemble and wire hardware Ability to troubleshoot at system level and identify if HW or SW issue Ability to design and program in National Instruments LabVIEW Ability to generate electrical schematics and PCB layout Ability to generate mechanical SolidWorks models Send resumes to Careers@calbay.com
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