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Tips and Tricks for Upgrading your NI Compact Fieldpoint to CompactDAQ
Becca Stussman

Tips and Tricks for Upgrading your NI Compact Fieldpoint to CompactDAQ

National Instruments’ CompactDAQ series offers rugged, reliable, and high-performing I/O modules for interfacing with hardware. Compared to NI’s outdated Fieldpoint modules, the CompactDAQ series outperforms in basic I/O functionality, speed, versatility, size, help resources available, robustness, and lead time for new hardware acquisition. Upgrading from Fieldpoint to CompactDAQ modules can be a rewarding and worthwhile process for the success and longevity of any system. Howeve...

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Glow Sticks, Kickball, and Flip Cup in NYC
Becca Stussman

Glow Sticks, Kickball, and Flip Cup in NYC

This Fall, DMC New York participated in our very first sports team. The league, organized by NYC Social, was a combined Kickball + Flip Cup season. Games were held at a park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. We were excited that the bases, ball, and players would be lit by glow sticks! Since we have a small office, we joined forces with other small groups to make a full team. The other people on our team were awesome, and being paired with non-DMC teammates was a great way to meet new ...

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DMC New York's Grand Opening Party
Becca Stussman

DMC New York's Grand Opening Party

Although we've been doing business in New York since last spring, we officially celebrated with a grand opening party this October. The event marked the first official DMC New York Party as well as the 20th anniversary of DMC. The night was filled with food, drinks, games, and fun.    We officially opened the New York office with a ribbon cutting ceremony, complete with giant scissors and a champagne toast! Although it took a few tries to actually cut the ribbon, the spirit of th...

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Welcome to DMC, Dinner Theater, and the 1920s
Becca Stussman

Welcome to DMC, Dinner Theater, and the 1920s

For the welcome party of John Michael Fruhlo, Brian Sabino, and me, DMC took us out in style to Tommy’s Gun Garage, a themed dinner theater set in gangster-ridden, speakeasy-filled, flapper-crazed 1920s Chicago. From the moment we received our first email with details of the event, we knew we were getting into something interesting. We were told that there was a password in order to get into the theater, and that the password was either: 1) DMC Company, or 2) Little Jake Sent Me. Of ...

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