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Meeting ArchiveOctober Meeting:
Thursday October 24, 2002
Meeting Schedule
 
Using Visual Programming Languages for Data Acquisition and Hardware Interfaces
On Thursday evening, October 24th, IEEE Consultants' Network of Northern NJ will hold its monthly general meeting, featuring a presentation by William Koch of Kochworx, Ltd. and Walter Heger entitled & Using Visual Programming Languages for Data Acquisition and Hardware Programming.
ABOUT THE TOPIC
Component designers are often required to provide a demo interface or test harness for the hardware components they design. Using Visual Programming tools, such as Microsoft Visual Basic, a designer can quickly create an interface to visually model or control these components. William Koch will share his experience with Microsoft programming tools and his insights during the presentation. Walter Heger will discuss programming in C++, C#, COM/OLE and Java.
Some of the topics Mr. Koch and Mr. Heger will address include:
  • Building hardware interfaces with Visual Basic
  • Creating virtual control panels
  • Component control over RS-232 and other interfaces
  • Future directions for visual development tools
Download the presentation: CNNNJ Programming Hardware with Visual Basic.ppt and supporting files: TestConsole.zip, RGBBeast_Virt_HW.zip

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
William Koch of Kochworx, Ltd. (www.kochworx.com) is a Software Engineer with over 15 years of industry experience, catering to Telecommunications, Pharmaceutical, Financial, Banking, Transportation, Consulting, Accounting and Insurance industries. William has been developing solutions for business using Microsoft visual development tools since 1993. William may be contacted at wkoch@kochworx.com. Walter Heger (http://wheger.tripod.com/consult.htm) has over 18 years of Software Development experience working at General Electric Advanced Electrical Systems, Raytheon, and MIT Lincoln Labs. Currently, Walter is implementing algorithms in statistics and Stochastic Differential Equations.

Time:Place:Info:
Thursday October 24, 7:30pm
Non members welcome!
MCE/KDI Integrated Products
(note: entrance for the meeting is at the rear of the building)
60 South Jefferson Ave.
Whippany, N.J.

Robert Walker, (973 728 0344), r.d.walker@ieee.org