MLUG 2020 - the what and the where answered!
16 December 2019
As everyone is thinking about the end of 2019 we are well underway with planning for our first MLUG of 2020! This will be held on Thursday 6th February and we will be very kindly hosted once again by ZF-TRW at their site near Solihull - thank you!
We are pleased to be able to confirm details for two of the presentations being delivered, both presenters are new to the MLUG stage which is also very exciting. In no particular order we will start with Neil Crossan who is a Senior Test Systems Engineer at Dyson, an experienced CLA and professional instructor. Neil will be covering some useful tips and tricks when developing LabVIEW applications on a Linux OS. He will talk about supported features, such as the embedded UI, and also explore some that aren’t, such as remote desktop.
Secondly, joining us remotely is Maciej Kolosko who is Principal Software Engineer and Owner of Blue Cog Software Inc. based in Canada. Another very experienced member of the LabVIEW community who is a CLA and CLED. Maciej's presentation is called "Developing distributed systems with LabVIEW and ZMQ". He identifies that being able to build code which interfaces with software running on different operating systems, and written in other languages is a must these days. However, designing a robust way to manage the flow of messages between software systems, often wise is a non trivial task. In this presentation Maciej will discuss how one can leverage a well known and "battle hardened" library, ZMQ and use it to build applications in LabVIEW.
And finally Chris Woodhams, Managing Director at Argenta, will be looking further in to 'Successful Project Completion'.
So there you have it, three great subjects and presenters with a wealth of experience between them! See the full agenda here.
Anyone who either uses LabVIEW within their current role or works with LabVIEW would be sure to find this event useful and informative, as well as being a good opportunity to network. It is FREE to attend and you can build up reaccreditation points from attending.
So, put the date in the diary and register to reserve your space - registration will close at midday on Wednesday 5th February to allow us to pass details over to our host for security. If you're not signed up to our MLUG mailing list then get in touch and we will add you on so you never miss out on MLUG news.
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