Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Expanding Scope

I returned recently from a couple of trips lamenting that I haven't been keeping this blog current. I was visiting customers in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Colorado, discussing topics ranging from "performance optimization" to "software engineering". It occurred to me that my blog's current focus isn't keeping up with my everyday work life.


I spend a lot of my day at NI working on "next year's LabVIEW". It's cool stuff. You'll like it. But it doesn't produce much fodder for my blog, because I can't talk about specifics yet. Also, my current project is pretty far-reaching, and doesn't fit neatly into just "data acquisition and instrument control".


So, I'm going to start expanding the scope of my blog a little to cover a few more topics that I care about—and that many of you have told me that you care about, too.


Coming soon... The first of several postings about performance issues. If you have other LabVIEW-related topics you'd like me to cover, please post a comment or send an email.




1 comment:

Yen said...

I spend a lot of my day at NI working on "next year's LabVIEW". It's cool stuff. You'll like it. But it doesn't produce much fodder for my blog, because I can't talk about specifics yet. Also, my current project is pretty far-reaching, and doesn't fit neatly into just "data acquisition and instrument control".

That's unfortunate, because those things are the interesting ones, even if they are not related to those topics.

Coming soon... The first of several postings about performance issues

Ooh, yes. Performance and optimizations are good.