Author James Colvin

The biggest thing that I enjoy is learning new things. Especially things involving some type of technology; computer components, fun gadgets, games, coding techniques, etc.
I love spending time with my wife Jessica and my son Kiernan and hanging out with our friends.
During my normal work day, I manage the Digilent Forum and the North American Support team.

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So you may have heard that LabVIEW is pretty cool…but may be unsure of where to start. Well fret no more, for James details exactly that with the LabVIEW Quick Start guide.

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As you all have probably noticed, there are two mainstream ways that electronic devices are powered– by plugging its cord into a wall or through the use of batteries. But as our world becomes more mobile (in multiple senses of the word), it makes a lot of sense that a variety of devices are now using batteries as their source of “wireless” power. However, there are still quite a few things out there that need to be plugged into a wall. While this makes sense for large devices like a welding machine, you’ll still find most table top fans need to be plugged into the wall socket. What is preventing this change from happening?

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