Archives for January 2014

The Challenge: Becoming a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA)

After a grueling two weeks of interviews for various mandates while traveling to Montreal and additionally providing a budgetary for an opportunity overseas, I have returned to Toronto facing several fresh challenges. Firstly, The Challenge: Becoming a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) as quickly as possible will be no easy feat. Indeed, I have received feedback […]

Meeting Numbers through Regression Testing

Eliminating false-failures and improving repeatability is a must in high-volume manufacturing. Software regression testing methodologies and strategies can be an effective way of reducing occurrence of test failures. Consider this: A high-volume manufacturing line builds 1.5 million automotive cluster units in one year. An end-of-line functional test system on the line yields approximately 98% of […]

Dare to be Great

Today is the first day of my new life. As I sit anxiously restless in my seat, glaring at the Monday morning rush of traffic through Pearson International, I think more and more about greatness. What is it that makes people successful in life? What exactly does it mean when they state, “Dare to be […]

Integration Insights – Part 1

As we enter 2014, I begin to look back at all the things that made last year a success. Flashbacks of all the late nights in the development lab at Honeywell are sinking in today, with some of the more recent hurdles still relatively fresh in my mind. The 80/20 principle in test system integration could […]

Today I Quit My Day Job

  “I’m resigning effective today. New Year, New Career”  I stated, as I sat nervously across my boss’ desk. Spending a combined six and a half years (excluding the ten month hiatus in between) with this test automation company, it would now finally be time to move on. “What are you going to do now?” […]