Guide to Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer
- Are you looking for a guide to cover fundamental topics in LabVIEW?
- Are you planning for certification in LabVIEW, but unsure about how to prepare for the certification exam?
- Is that you know some LabVIEW concepts but planning to improve your LabVIEW skill in a proper way?
In this course, you will get the guide to various topics you need to cover and prepare yourselves before attempting your CLAD exam. If not for CLAD exam, this course can help you as a guide to improving yourself to work better with your peers or expand your skillset on the fundamentals of LabVIEW to find better job opportunities.
This guide will walk you through various LabVIEW fundamental topics you should become aware of to meet your CLAD exam or work with your peers or showcase your potential career path. This course is designed for students who are very curious to learn themselves but only need some guidance about the path to learn the different topics in order to achieve the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer. This course is for you if already know some sort of LabVIEW, had your dirty hands on it at some point of time, but looking forward to expanding your knowledge on LabVIEW or certify yourself.
About the Author
The author of this course is very well-experienced LabVIEW and owns all certifications in LabVIEW. He has gone through all three levels of certifications in LabVIEW viz
- CLAD (Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer)
- CLD (Certified LabVIEW Developer)
- CLA (Certified LabVIEW Architect)
The author has 10+ years of real-life (industrial) experience in LabVIEW and can kindle you enough to start your journey in this inspirational graphical programming G-language (G-code). So, you’re definitely in very supportive hands to go through your certification process.
Structure of the Course
- Pre-Test to evaluate your CLAD knowledge
- Study CLAD Topics
- LabVIEW Environment
- LabVIEW Projects
- Order of execution
- Error handling
- Labview help
- LabVIEW Fundamentals
- Timed Loop
- Conditional Code
- Graphs & Charts
- LabVIEW Best Practices
- LabVIEW Basic Design Patterns
- Event-Driven Programming
- Simple State Machine
- NI Hardware DAQ
- LabVIEW Environment
- Post-Study CLAD test
The Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) certification indicates a broad working knowledge of the LabVIEW environment, a basic understanding of coding and documentation best practices, and the ability to read and interpret existing code.