Eager users comb over new LabVIEW features to incorporate them into their code to improve efficiency, reliability, and performance.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 12, 2013
Sixclear, an Austin-based National Instruments Alliance Partner, updates their Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Online Training to LabVIEW 2013.
The new release of National Instruments LabVIEW rolls out every year at NIWeek. Eager users comb over the new features to incorporate them into their code to improve efficiency, reliability, and performance. In the case of Sixclear, these new features are also evaluated for inclusion in their Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Training.
“This time around there are some very cool improvements to LabVIEW events that have been added to our course,” reports Brian Spears, head of LabVIEW course development at Sixclear. Added features include the Event Inspector Window, flushing the event queue, and user event priority.
Some other big additions to the course include new bookmarking capabilities while developing, attaching block diagram comments, and automatically including NI drivers in installers.
“As always, the new features have been taught in our instructor-led courses since August, but now the online videos have been updated with that content, so now our larger base of online users can take advantage,” adds Spears.
Sixclear also reports that LabVIEW users who have not signed up for their LabVIEW training can view some of the added LabVIEW 2013 videos on their LabVIEW programming video blog, VI High, viewable at blog.sixclear.com.
Founded in Austin, Texas in early 2008, Sixclear is a development and integration company offering LabVIEW courses, development, integration, and consulting in the automation, test, measurement, and data acquisition space. Besides offering the only fully self-paced, e-learning online LabVIEW training in the world, Sixclear offers a customizable LabVIEW course presented live in the classroom.