So you've been to Core 1 and Core 2. Good start.
You've also experimented with LabVIEW and started making some VIs of your own. Even better.
But now after a few weeks/months/years of not using LabVIEW you wake up and you've forgotten how it all works and all the things you've learned. Whoops. Even worse, your boss reminds you about your deadline that requires some LabVIEW development and, by the way, is right around the corner. Not so good.
Ugh. So what do I do?
First off, you are not the only one this has happened to and you won't be the last. I also have some good news for you - relearning and refreshing your LabVIEW skills is like riding a bike, you just need a little refresher. Even better news - Bloomy has released a stylish infographic that condenses the essential LabVIEW techniques and tools, along with tips, tricks and architectures from Bloomy's own engineers!
Awesome! Wait, what's in it though?
The 'Intro to LabVIEW' infographic goes through important topics like data types, commonly used structures, and data communication. We've also added an 'Advanced LabVIEW' section that looks at the most commonly used VIs for string, array and file manipulation along with common architectures used by LabVIEW professionals.
Though its not an all-encompassing document, 'Intro to LabVIEW' addresses the most important elements of LabVIEW and is tuned towards developers who need to create a data logging application - one of the most common applications amongst LabVIEW developers.
Seriously, you guys rule. Can I keep it?