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The DMC Monthly Update highlights recent company events and accomplishments. Additionally, our team of expert engineers provides technical tips and anecdotes that are relevant to DMC readers. Their advice is available via the “Ask DMC” section. The Employee Spotlight takes a closer look at the individuals who drive Team DMC.

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DMC Monthly Update

Volume 3, Issue 6

August 16, 2012

 

 

Engineering Insight

 

 

 

Sync Appointments from Exchange to a SharePoint Calendar

 

 

‚ÄčLabVIEW NI Report Generation Toolkit

 

 

SharePoint OCR Solution for Image Only PDFs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DMC's Sweet Sixteen


DMC celebrated its 16th birthday last month. Read more about our anniversary!

 

 

Employee Spotlight: Jon Carson

 

Between finger picking and developing Chicago's next great app, Jon still finds time for programming. Learn more in this month's Employee Spotlight.


 

DMC to Host LabVIEW User Group

 

Join the Chicagoland LabVIEW User Group at DMC on August 23 to discuss NIWeek 2012, LabVIEW 2012, and TDMS for data storage.


What's it Like Being a New DMC Employee?

 

From fast paced projects to social events, Patrick describes his first impressions of working at DMC.

 

NIWeek 2012 - Happy .NET Day

 

Danny's blogs kept us updated during NIWeek 2012. Check out highlights from his favorite day!

 

Boat Cruise with Yaskawa

 

DMC and friends from Yaskawa kept evening on Lake Michigan mostly math-free. Read on for Otto's thoughts on Chicago fireworks.

 

 

DMC Quote Board

Do you know your boss's birthday?
Read more in this month's quotable moments.

 

 

Geek Challenge: Gravity Race Riddle


Did you guess the quickest of four paths to get from A to B? DMC's Adnaan Velji did!

 

An object is released from Point A.  Influenced by the constant vertical acceleration of gravity, it slides on a frictionless path to Point B (if it's helpful, imagine a soap box derby car).

 

Check your answer here.