At HSE, we are big believers in Inner Source (Open Source used within an organisation) and apply it to our customer projects. By opening up our code to the public and sharing it for free we make sure we stay on top of the tools and processes needed for that, and we pay back to the awesome LabVIEW community.
In this presentation, we will first introduce our open source offering and then focus on our flagship open source project: The HSE Application Template. This template is targeted at software built with and around DQMH modules. It is based on our UI framework (which builds on the HSE flavour of DQMH®) and comes with basic functionality for module loading and configuration, UI management and logging/debugging. The template serves as a starting point for our LabVIEW applications.
Finally, we will show our way of working and explain how you can contribute - because sharing is caring :-)
My professional interest lies in software engineering in small teams.
I have been creating software for a living for two decades, working with NI and LabVIEW since 2007. For nearly 20 years, I have been successfully delivering real-world software projects, always working closely together with my customers.
I am a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA), a Certified Professional Instructor (CPI) and LabVIEW Champion and an over-all avid LabVIEW enthusiast.
I enjoy consulting, coaching and generally speaking with or in front of people.
I am a member of the board at the DQMHÂ® Consortium, a partner at DSH Workshops, a member of the GDevCon Alliance and a founding member of the Alliance of LabVIEW Architects. I'm also the founder/organizer of the award-winning Würzburg LabVIEW User Group (bit.ly/WUELUG).
I am the founder and owner of Hampel Software Engineering, the first German NI Center of Excellence.