I recently started a new position with a new employer - large factory - complicated product. We have an old-time automation engineer that is a 'Think and Do' only kind of guy (We also have a lot of Labview being done here). I would like to learn Think and Do so I can help him bring some of his code - and the usability thereof - up to modern times. Phoenix Contact only offers Think and Do training courses twice a year and I would like to start learning it sooner - do you have any recommendations for learning the software and taping its fullest capabilities? Thank you in advance!
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