- LabVIEW Experts Panel: 12:00, Technology Theater. Maybe a LabVIEW Artisan will be allowed to hang out with LabVIEW Experts?
- Hack Your Car with NI-CAN: 1:00, Room 15. I've driven my car for months with the Check Engine light on, with no (visible) ill effects. I sure would like to be able to figure out why that light is *really* on.
- LabVIEW Scripting: 2:15, Room 16B. I'll be there mainly to help answer any specific scripting questions that might come up.
- New Software Engineering Tools in LabVIEW: 3:30, Room 16B. I honestly don't know what we're presenting on here, and I'm curious to find out.
- Challenge the Champions: 5:00, Technology Theater. I wrote some of the questions for this year's event (and not a single one of them has to do with Express VIs!).
- LAVA BBQ: 8:00, Stubb's. I *think* I can make it this year, but I'm not sure yet.
- Past, Present, and Future of Robots: 1:00, Room 17B. The dude that runs the Roomba company is presenting this one.
- Tools and APIs to Build on the LabVIEW Platform Hands-On: 2:15, Room 18C. I helped write a lot of the initial content for this, so I'm interested to see how it turned out.
- Memory Management in LabVIEW: 3:30, Room 16B. Dan H. is one of the foremost experts on the guts of LabVIEW. I've seen some of the content for this presentation and it should be great.
- Tips and Tricks to Speed LabVIEW Development: 4:45, Room 16A. I'm presenting this one, so I should probably show up. For those of you who came to my performance tips and tricks presentation at NI Week 2008, I've got a brand new set of tips and tricks up my sleeve this year. Don't miss it!
- LabVIEW Coding Challenge: High Noon, Technology Theater. Who dares challenge me after my resounding victory at NI Week 2008? You have all had a year to practice with Quick Drop, so no more excuses! I'm looking at you, Jim. :)
- Web Services in LabVIEW: 1:00, Room 16B. I must admit, I know a lot less about web services than I should.
- Improving the LabVIEW Upgrade Experience: 2:15, Room 16A. I'm always telling people about great new LabVIEW features, so I should probably be familiar with issues people have when trying to upgrade so they can use those new features.
- I plan on twittering frequently (with my new iPhone!) about what I'm doing and cool stuff I'm seeing at NI Week 2009. Follow me at http://www.twitter.com/dnatt if you don't already.
- The NI Week program incorrectly lists me as the presenter for Beyond the Basics: LabVIEW Debugging Techniques on Tuesday at 2:15. Actually, Tycho C., the author of the Desktop Execution Trace Toolkit, is giving that presentation.