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Maximal advantage with NI LabVIEW Days

National Instruments 2013 LabVIEW Developer Days, held in Sydney, Melbourne and Aukland, attracted over 200 engineers, scientists and educators, who took advantage of the opportunity to learn about time-saving tips and e`xpert development techniques.

NI LabVIEW Developer Days was free to attend and designed specifically to improve product skills, knowledge and productivity using NI LabVIEW system design software for the beginner, intermediate and advanced developer.

According to NI, LabVIEW is currently being used in a diversity of industries and applications, including mining and transportation, defence, advanced manufacturing and medical devices.

"LabVIEW Developer Days provided engineers and scientists with a unique opportunity to network with fellow developers as well as exploring some of the latest features and capabilities of NI LabVIEW," said Matej Krajnc, Managing Director for National Instruments Oceania and Africa.

Additionally, over 60 attendees took advantage of the opportunity to sit the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer Exam (CLAD), the first level of LabVIEW Certification, at the event.

NI Engineers and LabVIEW experts that presented at the 2013 LabVIEW Developer Days included local NI Technical Consultants and Applications Engineers, as well as Mike Neal, Core Software Group Manager for National Instruments.

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