By Value vs By Reference In LabVIEW

After my previous post about Learning LabVIEW OOP there were some comments on by reference vs. by value which often come up when talking about OOP. I think there are two reasons that these are tightly linked to conversations about OOP. In “classical” OOP languages everything is by reference but in LabVIEW OOP is by value. This causes a clash when people have learned OOP from these languages. We do more by reference work in Read more…

Starting a LabVIEW Based Business

Introduction At the 2017 European CLA Summit I took part in a panel discussion with the topic of “Issues Related to Maintaining and Growing a LabVIEW Related Business”. This panel discussion was chaired by Malcolm Myers and was quite well received by the CLA audience. It covered the experiences of the panel in starting a LabVIEW based business. The panel discussion lasted for 1 hour, but could really have been much longer. There were many Read more…

European CLA Summit

I recently attended the European CLA Summit in Vienna, and as seems to be custom nowadays I have written a blog post about it! What is the CLA Summit The Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) Summit is an annual event organised by the CLA community and kindly supported (i.e. paid for) by the nice folks at National Instruments. This year the European CLA Summit was held in Vienna, Austria between 7 and 9 March. It is a Read more…

ANT+ Toolkit Goes Live!

On Monday 31 October the ANT+ Toolkit was officially certified “Compatible with LabVIEW” by the people who run the LabVIEW Tools Network (LVTN). The ANT+ Toolkit is the first product from iNU Solutions and it has been a long time in the making. Once the programming side was completed, we found that there were a lot of other tasks we had to do: We needed to source a graphic designer for the logo. Contact various licensing Read more…

A Job Well Done

In September 2016 the student we helped out with his Masters Thesis displayed his project at the “Iceland Fishing Expo” and attracted quite some attention, probably wondering what a bike was doing at an event about fishing… An article (in Icelandic) can be found here Great that a university project is attracting some attention and not just sat in a cupboard somewhere gathering dust! The post A Job Well Done appeared first on iNU Solutions.