National Instruments delivers modern user experience and extends to new audiences with .NET at the core. To improve the productivity of the engineers and scientists who use its technology, National Instruments wanted to modernize its LabVIEW software. The company decided that an update was required to manage the demands for advanced analytics, an impactful user interface, and mobility as well as deliver the platform to new audiences. Using the .NET framework and the latest Microsoft developer tools, National Instruments delivered new capabilities with great performance while improving developer productivity.
Brian Keller talks with Soma, Corp VP of Microsoft's Developer Division, about the Visual Studio 2013 Launch. Soma talks about some of his favorite features from Visual Studio 2013 and Team Foundation Server 2013. He also shares his excitement for Visual Studio Online and how it will help development, testing, and operations teams deliver and continuously improve upon applications.
PharmaAssistant – Presented a medication reminder and identification device that helps users to never forget to take medicines again. It offers a smartbottle with a visual and audible alarm that activates at the appropriate time, according to prescription