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Hi All!

For a limited time, we’re clearing out our LabVIEW 8.5.1-based LabVIEW training. Sure, it doesn’t cover all the latest and greatest LabVIEW features, but the basics still apply, and you can learn a ton! It positively reeks of value!

Try it now, before it’s gone. Visit LVMastery.com to sign up!

We’re no longer updating our material, as we’re focusing on creating custom training material for companies like yours. Visit EnableEducation.com for more information about that.

Thanks,

Ben

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