TUTech wrote: »
I'm scheduled for the Programmer 2 course next week at AMX East (Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting). What should I expect to learn?
AMX Training wrote:
COURSE TITLE AMX Programmer 2 | NetLinx Programming for AV Professionals
COURSE NUMBER CP232
CC101 - 106 Core Curriculum - Audio, Cabling, Control, Video, Networking, PC
STEP 1: Control Associate | Programming Certification
CLASS TYPE Instructor Led
DESCRIPTION This course for advanced programmers and support personnel focuses on the intermediate techniques for programming AMX control systems. A person completing this course will be able to program a NetLinx system. In this course, you will learn how to program an intermediate to advanced NetLinx control system using hands on, real world examples. You will learn ways to improve your code and make it more efficient. Topics include writing modules, using custom variables (structures) and sequenced events (timelines), and programming advanced master-tomaster control and switching systems. You will also learn to handle gestures and near-field communication on a Modero X touch panel.
Master to Master Programming
Adv. Touch Panel Programming
NetLinx Studio, Touch Panel Design 5
EXAM / PRACTICAL
CP260 Harman Certified Control Associate | Programming - Online Exam
CP261 Harman Certified Control Associate | Programming - Practical Exam
Harman Certified Control Professional | Programming (HCCP-P)
TUTech wrote: »
What should I expect to learn?
John Nagy wrote: »
Expect to learn that life choices are not always what they seem.
vining wrote: »
Hmmm, I'm not even going to ask, I'll just speculate as to what I think you mean.