Upgrading to the latest LabVIEW can be difficult. We get that, and we’ll train you in your version, online or live in the classroom
Austin, TX (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Sixclear, a National Instruments Alliance Partner based in Austin, Texas, releases a LabVIEW 2012 update to Sixclear Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Online Training.
One of the primary goals of National Instruments LabVIEW 2012 release was to make LabVIEW more approachable for new users. A LabVIEW user now starts a new application with a project pre-loaded with code, instead of a blank VI. New templates and frameworks also replace aging templates in order to help users start complex applications faster.
“We couldn’t be happier about this increased emphasis on new users, as they’ve always been the core of our training base." says Brian Spears, head of Sixclear LabVIEW instruction.
Spears continues: “As we do every year, Sixclear evaluates the new features and frameworks for inclusion in our LabVIEW training. We then update our lecture material, exercises, and solution code immediately. So all of those updates were added to our instructor-led courses back in August.”
Spears goes on to explain that the videos to the online course have now been updated to the latest version in Sixclear’s LabVIEW e-learning environment.
Current users of Sixclear Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals online are able to access the updates with no additional charge.
Not all users immediately update to the latest version of LabVIEW. Typically, the larger the organization, the longer users standardize on a given version. Spears explains that Sixclear has designed the course to be backwards compatible with older versions of LabVIEW, including 2011, 2010, 2009, 8.6, 8.5, and 8.2.
“That’s something that you can’t get from other LabVIEW training providers," Spears says. "We understand that upgrading can be prohibitively difficult and users may still be stuck on a version from 5 years ago. We get that, and we’ll train you in that version, online or live in the classroom.”
Some notable features in the LabVIEW 2012 update include:
-Automatically concatenating arrays leaving loops
-Conditionally processing loop outputs
-Choosing where to cleanup wires
-New Context Help options
-Performing the same operation on several objects simultaneously
-Customizable label placement
-Evaluation of new templates and frameworks
A free Test Drive of the course is found at sixclear.com/labview-training.
Based in Austin, Texas -- Sixclear is development and integration company offering LabVIEW training, development, integration, and consulting in the automation, test, measurement, and data acquisition space. Sixclear has the only fully self-paced online LabVIEW training in the world.