LabVIEW Style Book, The (Paperback)
©2007 |Pearson | Available
Peter A. Blume
©2007 |Pearson | Available
* Teaches why style is important in developing LabVIEW applications
* Presents realistic examples and illustrations
* Gives practical guidelines for optimizing every facet of a LabVIEW application: ease of use, readability, simplicity, perofrmance, maintainability, and robustness
* Helps the student prepare for the Certified LabVIEW Developer and Certified LabVIEW Architect exams
Foreword by Darren Nattinger xv
About the Author xxii
Chapter 1 The Significance of Style 1
Chapter 2 Prepare for Good Style 21
Chapter 3 Front Panel Style 47
Chapter 4 Block Diagram 87
Chapter 5 Icon and Connector 129
Chapter 6 Data Structures 157
Chapter 7 Error Handling 203
Chapter 8 Design Patterns 239
Chapter 9 Documentation 299
Chapter 10 Code Reviews 319
Appendix A Glossary 339
Appendix B Style Rules Summary 349
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Peter Blume is the founder and president of Bloomy, a National Instruments Select Integration Partner that specializes in LabVIEW-based systems development. Since LabVIEW Version 2.5, Blume and his staff of engineers have solved more than a thousand industrial applications for customers throughout the northeastern United States. To promote consistent quality among multiple developers in multiple offices, Blume established and evolved the company’s LabVIEW development practices.
Blume has written and presented multiple LabVIEW style-related presentations, including Bloomy Controls’ Professional LabVIEW Development Guidelines at NIWeek 2002 and Five Techniques for Better LabVIEW Code at NIWeek 2003. He also has published technical articles in various trade publications, including Test & Measurement World, Evaluation Engineering, Electronic Design, and Desktop Engineering.
Blume holds a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from the University of Connecticut. He is a National Instruments Certified LabVIEW Developer and Certified Professional Instructor. The company has offices in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Jersey. For more information, visit www.bloomy.com.
Readers who want to contact Blume regarding style-related suggestions, questions, or comments may do so at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org . Readers interested in contracting Bloomy for a LabVIEW development project should call us directly or contact us through our website at www.bloomy.com/quote.
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