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Attend a Round Table Discussion at NIWeek 

At NIWeek 2014, the LabWindows/CVI development and marketing team is hosting a user meeting and roadmap presentation exclusively for LabWindows/CVI programmers. You are invited to attend, share your insight, and discuss future features directly with our developers.

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Stay Current on Automated Test Trends
We recently released the Automated Test Outlook 2014, which is a comprehensive view of trends in test across five categories: business strategy, architecture, computing, software, and I/O.

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Announcing LabWindows/CVI 2013 SP1 and Changes to the 2014 Release Cycle
LabWindows/CVI 2013 Service Pack 1, which includes 137 bug fixes, is now part of your Standard Service Program. Following the extensive list of new features in LabWindows/CVI 2013, the 2014 release cycle will be modified to account for the large investment dedicated to LabWindows/CVI 2013.

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Detecting Surface Defects in 1K C using NI Vision and LabWindows/CVI
Learn how Tecnalia built a surface inspection system that reduces the cost of production for steel products by locating and analyzing defects in the early stages of the production process. To make the problem more interesting, their system must also withstand aggressive and variable conditions, including rough environments with extreme temperatures, presence of steam and oils, and varying levels of dirt.

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New Source Code Browse Features
In LabWindows/CVI 2013, you can view and jump to functions in your source file by using a pull-down list in the toolbar and better identify control when source code browse information is generated. 

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Set Compiler Optimization Levels
New in LabWindows/CVI 2013, you can select whether the compiler builds your code so that it uses the least amount of memory or runs as quickly as possible at run time by setting the Optimization level.

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