So, like everyone else, I’ve been on the edge of my seat, waiting for NXG 4.0 to release. It finally dropped on NI Package Manager today! Wait, everyone else wasn’t opening NIPM several times a day waiting on NXG 4.0 to finally appear? Oh, well, here’s why you should have been.
NOTE: This post wouldn’t have been possible without my employer, Hiller Measurements, who provides me access to the software (and is also a pretty darned awesome place to work).
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For those that weren’t aware, the 2019 CLA Summit was held September 25-27 in Austin. I was fortunate enough to attend, and now that I’ve caught back up at work, figure I should highlight the points I found most interesting.
Worth noting, every session was recorded, and will be posted over at www.LabVIEWwiki.org along with the slides from each session. Major thanks to Q, Mark and everyone else involved in that effort!
To be clear, there was a TON of information there, and there’s no way I can do it justice in a single post. I’m going try it anyway, however, with full understanding that I’m leaving many things out. That said, I’m biasing my list towards things that are immediately actionable by the majority of readers, not just CLAs. So, without further ado, my top 5 takeaways (in no particular order):
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