Yesterday, I spent the day in Socorro, starting back to a semi-normal routine.
At NMT, I did quite a bit of reading. I started out by reading from two different LabVIEW books, finishing The LabVIEW Book of Style by Peter Blume. This is an excellent reference for figuring out ways to organize and optimize LabVIEW code.
I also started reviving my LabVIEW network. I signed up to take my recertifcation exam in August for Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer. I admit that I am nervous about this (hence why I put it off for so long) as I don’t actually use it very often. However, it is time to redevelop some of those skills again, so I read what I can.
I also am planning on attending the local LabVIEW user group meeting on Thursday.
I had lunch with my dynamo group and discussed a few of the changes that are happening with the hardware and software.
In the evening, I attended a webinar on amateur radio communication during hurricanes, hosted by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). I have not been active with hurricane nets, but I will listen again when there is one threatening landfall.
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