CS Workshop, February 2009
The results of the workshop can be found here.
we, the experiment control system group
, would like to invite you to a workshop dedicated to the CS framework
. Please feel free to forward this information to other colleagues.
The main idea behind this workshop is to bring the users and developers of CS
together to discuss about the present status and future developments.
This workshop will take place at GSI in "DVEE Besprechungsraum", SB2 2.239B, on
February 26, 2009, Thursday, 09:00 to 18:00 (evening: dinner)
February 27, 2009, Friday, 09:00 to 12:00.
We could run a Adobe Connect Web-Meeting in parallel, so that people from anywhere could join the workshop remotely. If you are interested to join via Web-Meeting, please tell HolgerBrand
as soon as possible. We need some time to prepare. Especially we would need all talks in advance to upload them to the Webmeeting server.
It would be nice if you could provide us with some suggestions about the topics you would like to be informed about and and/or the topics you would like to discuss. Please let us know, if you intend to come to the workshop or not.
How to Register
There is no registration fee and there are two possibilities to register. Either
- edit this web page and add your name to the list of registered participants below, or
- send an e-mail to DietrichBeck or HolgerBrand.
Maybe it is a good idea to contribute to the list of feature requests
or bug reports
to enable us to derive an agenda.
This is a workshop: All attendees are cordially invited to contribute by presenting something.
In case we have too little contributions, Holger is threatening us with an in-depth course about mobile agents based on the HGF base class library
using LabVIEW Object Oriented Programming (LVOOP) :-).
Thursday, February 26 2009
19:00 Dinner@Da Vincenzo
Friday, February 27, 2009
Possible topics to discuss:
- Status & Problems
- build of a consistent beamline-GUI-System
- Information, requests, contributions
- features of LabVIEW 8.6
- Remind us of design patterns possible with CS, discuss new design patterns (for device and application layer, GUI etc.) (asked for by FrankHerfurth)
- 02 Mar 2009