The stage at GDevCon N.A. is a great place to share your original content with the G community. This is an amazing, welcoming community with an active social presence. We are now accepting submissions for presentations and will be until April 30th.
We love presentations that are:
promote learning and collaboration
use real-world examples
are engaging to a wide audience
Take a look at our values and presentations page for more details on what kind of content we are looking for. Also don’t forget to check out the GDevCon NA YouTube channel for examples of excellent presentations from 2021 and 2022.
We are excited to announce that we have opened early bird ticket sales for GDevCon N.A. 2023! Grab your seats now at the early bird discounted rate.
GDevCon NA will once again consist of two and a half days of excellent content from Tuesday, July 18th to Thursday, July 20th. Stay tuned for more details about the workshop and special events we have in the works for July 17th and July 21st, and for details on how to participate in those events.
We are actively seeking sponsors, vendors, and presenters for this year’s conference. There are some great benefits to becoming a sponsor or taking the stage as a presenter. Stay tuned as our call for presentations is coming soon! And, if you or your organization are interested in sponsoring, check out the link below:
Due to the successes of GDevCon NA in 2022 and 2021 (and the OG GDevCon), this movement is growing some momentum and we are excited to announce an even bigger and better GDevCon NA this July 2023!
Stay tuned for details! For now, mark your calendar for the week of July 17th-21st in Golden, Colorado. We have some special plans in the works that are going to bring even more meaningful content to the graphical developer community in an impactful way. If you haven’t yet, check out presentations from previous years on our YouTube channel.
In the meantime, consider becoming a 2023 sponsor! GDevCon NA’s sponsors, presenters, and supporters are the reason we are able to do what we do. We celebrate our sponsors with social media spotlights and special recognition during the conference.
And finally…our call for presentations is coming soon…are you ready to get your ideas out there on the big stage? Check out the 2022 schedule for inspiration. We welcome all presenters, from the seasoned veterans to those who may make GDevCon NA 2023 their debut!
Thank you to all of our amazing sponsors, presenters, and everyone who came out to learn and better our community!
If you attended and weren’t able to submit your survey yet, please let us know how the conference went for you: what worked, what didn’t work, and new ideas on what we can take into consideration for next year.
Additionally, for those who were not able to attend, your feedback is equally as important! Let us know what will bring you to GDevCon N.A. next year!
We look forward to seeing you all either Tuesday morning. If you are around on Monday, be sure to join us for drinks at the Ace’s High, directly across from the venue. Also don’t forget (it’s not on the schedule) if you want to go whitewater tubing (it’s not crazy whitewater, but it is a step up from the lazy river) on Thursday, bring something to swim in.
A block of rooms is reserved for conference attendees at The Golden Hotel at a discounted rate of $209/night. The Golden is located directly across the street from the Buffalo Rose. Call 303-279-0100 before July 4th for that discounted rate!
Check out the venue page for more information and other lodging options.
Last Call! The deadline for presentation proposals is this Saturday, April 30th. We’d love to see you present this year at GDevCon N.A. 2022! All you need in order to submit a presentation for consideration is a title and an abstract.
We’ve had a lot of questions about who will be presenting this year. The official deadline for submitting presentations is April 30th, with a final announcement on May 15th. We didn’t want to make you wait to find out who is presenting until then, so we went through the submissions we have received so far and preapproved a handful.
Currently Approved Presentations
More Advanced Smartphone-like UIs Using QControls
Do you want more advanced User Interfaces than you can normally get from LabVIEW? Maybe the user experience needs to be for a touch screen similar to common smartphone interfaces. I’ll show tricks to using the QControl Toolkit to create swipe, scroll, and selection via a touchscreen more intuitive.
Bowzer the Browser and the AF Guild
One of the side effects of working with Actor Framework is that the complexity of the block diagram is often moved to the file system. While this helps makes applications more scalable and modular, one area where it falls short is API/Message discoverability and navigation. Navigating the project to find the capabilities of each actor can be an exercise in frustration, especially for newer developers. The Bowzer the Browser aims to address some of these issues with the help of the Actor Framework Guild.
Ludicrous Ways to Fix Broken LabVIEW Code
I worked for over 18 years in LabVIEW R&D as a feature developer. Two years ago I moved into NI’s Tech Support department to help mentor junior engineers and build their LabVIEW experience. In that time I have seen a lot of compiler errors, app builder failures, crashes… and most of the time, users will settle for any hack, kludge, or workaround just to get usable code. In this presentation I’m going to share a number of the ridiculous ways I’ve managed to get broken code running. Kinda like a fire extinguisher… you hope you never need to use it, but if you do, you’re glad it’s there.
Enrique Noe Arias
Improving the developer experience of DQMH Projects, a new ‘Generic DQMH API Tester-Launcher’
DQMH 6.1 comes with a new scripting API, I’m working on a new ‘Generic DQMH API Tester-Launcher’ using these new scripting tools, this development can scan all the DQMH modules on your project including the ones under dependencies, know some details of each module, launch the real API tester of the DQMH module selected, can trigger some of the default request events, the main purpose is to have a starting point when developing DQMH projects and help the developer to not lose the context by reducing the browsing of the project explorer.
Introduction to Image Analysis
NI used to present an introduction to DAQ talk that covered the topics: Acquire – Analyze – Display. This talk will be a high level introduction to similar steps of Image Acquisition. It will cover Acquisition with cameras and lighting using a demo of MAX. Next, it will cover Processing and Analysis with a demo of Vision Builder. Finally, it will cover Display and some of the quirks and non-intuitive features of Image Processing.
Allen C Smith
Maps, Sets, DVRs, and Classes: A Practical Exercise
Collections – maps and sets – were added, without much fanfare, in LabVIEW 2019. These highly useful constructs are still new to many LabVIEW users. In this presentation, we will explore what maps and sets are and how you can use them to solve routine data management challenges. As a practical example, we will use maps, sets, and some additional LabVIEW features together to identify groups of objects that share common search tags.
Got an idea?
This is just what we’ve approved so far. If you have an idea, it’s not too late. Use the button below to submit an idea before April 30.