We at PantherLAB believe that every day is an opportunity to improve ourselves. That’s why, in training and on a daily basis, we encourage you to work with small but confident steps, we teach you to document your code to be empathetic. PantherLAB teaches you how to enjoy the creative process because we know that when you have fun doing what you love, the results will be superb.

PantherLAB believes that work and fun can coexist. By having a good programming background, you can focus on solving problems, avoiding the frustration of feeling limited by lack of knowledge.

Organizations that approach PantherLAB for software development or training, experience a transformation. When organizations understand that each programmer has his or her own way of looking at the world and approaching challenges and let go of the rigidity of a single workflow or methodology, magic start to happen. The spirit of freedom and creativity leads to better solutions and happier programmers. Happy programmers –  better software.

Enrique Noé Arias

Enrique is a Certified LabVIEW Architect (CLA) and LabVIEW Champion, he is passionate about electronics and telecommunications, Enrique started learning LabVIEW in the 90s, when he was an engineering student at Universidad de la Salle Bajío. Since then, he has worked on houndreds of projects seeking innovation and solving problems.

He used to be a teacher for two decades, now he uses his teaching passion to train engineers seeking for better practices.

He was a team leader of the engineering department at the Optics Research Center, where he conducted several experiments to study the nature of light, using lasers, motorized platforms, cameras, measuring instruments, microcontrollers, PLCs, etc. Some of his projects were published in scientific journals and presented at international congresses.

During the pandemic, he had the opportunity to work as a software contractor for Delacor, a leading software development company, the brain behind DQMH (Delacor Queued Message Handler), a LabVIEW-based framework that facilitates modular and scalable design of complex applications. Things went very well, and he decided to found PantherLAB, a software consultancy business dedicated to software development with LabVIEW.

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Fabiola de la Cueva

Fabiola de la Cueva


Fabiola is co-author of LabVIEW Graphical Programming, 5th Edition.

Fabiola is one of the founders and leaders of the LabVIEW Architects Forum. She routinely presents at NIWeek, NIDays, and the US and European CLA Summits. Her presentations typically focus on designing applications that result in the best possible user experience and on the benefits of using software engineering best practices like source code control, unit testing and proper documentation for all projects.

Fabiola is one of the few people authorized by National Instruments to teach the Advanced Architectures in LabVIEW course, and has held training courses in the US, Canada, Europe and Japan.

Fabiola holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. She is fluent in English, Spanish and French and speaks a little Portuguese too.

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