Sunday, May 3, 2015

LabVIEW thoughts, part 4

Back in December I said that I would write a series of posts about LabVIEW.  This is the fourth post, and now I want to talk a little about the nature of LabVIEW.  Let's start with this post I found from January, Little-Known Programming Languages That Pay.

Labview isn't listed in the article, not even in the "Math and Science Languages" section of the article.  Under that heading, the author instead lists an open source language that's compatible with Matlab.

And yet LabVIEW is used all over the high-tech industry - I've certainly made a living out of that fact.  Next post I'll explain the way I think LabVIEW is perceived, and why.  

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