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What do Directional Drilling customers really want?

I had a great time last week at the IADD Targeted Technology Series MWD Forum. It was great to catch up with some of our friends in the industry, make some great new friends, and hear some of the really innovative ideas the [..]
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Enterprise Networking in LabVIEW 1

LabVIEW is a language oriented around the communication of data from one point to another, whether the origin is a data acquisition system, user input or the destination is a log file or a waveform graph.  Sometimes you may [..]
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Key Takeaways from the AADE National Technical Conference & Expo

I love seeing new technology and new solutions to problems in Oil and Gas. I am down-right passionate about it. This week I visited the AADE National Technical Conference and Exposition and met some really great people. Here [..]
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How to Share Data and Mutexes LabVIEW 1

 In LabVIEW, there’s a ton of stuff under the hood that can affect how you code runs and ultimately affect the functionality of your code.  Have you ever debugged some code, turned on highlight execution and found that other [..]
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Edit Time Code Generation in LabVIEW - The POWER OF VI SCRIPTING!

The Power of VI Scripting The LabVIEW Development Environment contains a set of functions, properties, and methods that can be used to inspect, edit, and create LabVIEW code. Yes, you read that right! This collection of [..]
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Four Best Practices For Updating Legacy Systems

Inherited legacy systems are often the type of thing that keeps engineers and managers up at night. Quite often this leviathan sits in some dark corner with a mess of tangled wires running about. You don’t know how it works [..]
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An Introduction to WITS

What is WITS? I get quite a few emails from people asking simple questions about WITS, so I thought it was time to write a simple introduction. WITS stands for “Wellsite Information Transfer Specification” and it’s a [..]
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