Sixclear Gives Away First Course in LabVIEW Training Series During March

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Sixclear, a National Instruments Alliance Partner out of Austin, TX, grants free access to the first of two courses in their Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Training series.

March of the LabVIEW Lovers
Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals One (now free) contains basic LabVIEW concepts geared to new users and comprises approximately 25 hours of training time.

Sixclear, a National Instruments Alliance Partner out of Austin, TX, grants free access to the first of two courses in their Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Training series.

Effective immediately through the end of March, new and existing users of Sixclear’s online LabVIEW training can receive free access to Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals One, the first of two courses in the Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Training series.

Sixclear’s president, Jassem Shahrani, explains that Sixclear recently opened up the full training series to nonprofits, most notably participants and mentors in the First Robotics Competition (FRC). Besides FRC signups, a large influx of new users from other institutions signed on.

“Revenue and buzz increased, as did our general feeling of satisfaction in helping people learn LabVIEW. So we thought we’d try giving away a big chunk of the training for free for a limited time and see what happens,” Shahrani explains.

Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals One contains basic LabVIEW concepts geared to new users and comprises approximately 25 hours of training time.

“A full list of topics is found on our website, some of these include the LabVIEW environment, data types, basic structures, file IO and error handling, variables and parallelism, and basic architectures like state machines,” Shahrani says.

Shahrani goes on to mention that the content in Lucid LabVIEW Fundamentals Two can be seen grayed out in the online training environment, allowing users to decide if they would like to continue their training with the second course, including such topics as data acquisition, instrument communication, events, executables, property and invoke nodes, and type definitions.

“Both courses combined prepare users for the National Instruments Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam and constitute a solid base of understanding for developing in LabVIEW,” Shahrani finishes.

To gain access to the course, new users should sign up at sixclear.com/try. Users with an existing sixclear.com profile can sign into their online profiles and receive free access.

About Sixclear
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.

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