The Future of Team-Based LabVIEW™ Development!
What is the DQMH® Consortium?
The DQMH® Consortium is an organization founded by Fabiola De la Cueva to further the mission of the DQMH® Toolkit: To enable teams with different levels of proficiency to develop LabVIEW™ applications that are readable, maintainable, and scalable.
The mission of the organization is to ensure access to the DQMH® software project and its derivatives. People and businesses may come and go, so it is important to ensure that the source code for these projects will survive beyond the current contributor base, so that we may create a stable framework for LabVIEW™ development for generations to come.
Fabiola invited other esteemed members of the community to start this journey. The founders are Matthias Baudot, Joerg Hampel, Olivier Jourdan and Luis Orozco. This group, together with the DQMH® Trusted Advisors, will ensure that DQMH® is maintained and continues to evolve.
As the DQMH® Consortium is not meant as a money-making enterprise, any income will be fully invested in the development of DQMH® and other tools that benefit the LabVIEW™ community.
Board of Directors
Matthias is the founder and owner of STUDIO BODs. He has been working with LabVIEW™ for over 15 years and is a worldwide leading expert in LabVIEW™ applications deployment, licensing, databases, and web technologies. He is a LabVIEW™ Champion, CPI, and has also been awarded “World’s Fastest LabVIEW™ Programmer” in 2015.
Fabiola De la Cueva
Joerg is the founder and owner of Hampel Software Engineering, the first German NI Center of Excellence. His professional interest lies in software development in small teams. He has a proven track-record of nearly 20 years of delivering successful customer projects. Joerg is a CLA and LabVIEW™ Champion.
Olivier is the founder and owner of Wovalab. He started working with LabVIEW™ in the late ’90s. He loves helping teams to design and produce well-architectured LabVIEW™ applications using the best development practices. He’s developed Antidoc, an automated documentation generator that fits very well with the DQMH framework.
Luis has over 20 years of experience as a hardware engineer and is living proof that DQMH allows team members with different levels of LabVIEW proficiency to efficiently work together in large applications. Luis focuses on test and measurement circuit design and can write low-level code within DQMH modules that can easily be integrated into larger applications.
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Watch DQMH® In Action
DQMH® Framework Badge
NI (National Instruments) recently introduced the badge program. The badge program encourages developers to assess their understanding of Engineering Fundamentals and Best Practices by taking online multiple-choice quizzes. Developers earn a badge by successfully completing each online quiz. NI chose the DQMH® Framework as one of the Framework badges. DQMH® Framework badge holders understand the basic concepts of creating an application using the Delacor Queued Message Handler. Badge earners understand when to use the different DQMH® module types, how to extend the default modules and design applications with multiple DQMH® modules communicating together. They understand the different DQMH® event types and how to use them and are familiar with DQMH® productivity tools. We encourage everyone to earn their DQMH® Framework badge.
The DQMH® Podcast
The DQMH® Podcast is for the NI LabVIEW™ community. It is all about the Delacor Queued Message Handler (DQMH®) toolkit (a framework for NI LabVIEW™), and more broadly software engineering as it applies to NI LabVIEW™. Hear from the DQMH® Consortium and the DQMH® Trusted Advisors about how DQMH® helps solve their customer problems. Available via Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, and Spotify.