With GeoMetrick Enterprises turning 23, this month, there would be a lot more thank yous due if I hadn’t done some, along the way, but there’s always room for more.
This month, GeoMetrick Enterprises turns 23 years old. This month also marks 23 years of working with the LabWare LIMS.
This month, GeoMetrick Enterprises turns 23 years old.
It’s not uncommon within specific software communities for there to be what we call “vertical” resources. I’m one, myself – a person trained to be able to handle the entire project, from project management, to business analysis to development work. There are specific reasons these resources exist and, as my customers tend to like, some benefits, as well.
LIMS selection is difficult even if there are many such systems within an industry, and that’s true of ELNs and LESs, as well. By the way, if the title of this seems awkward, it is, but I stopped wordsmithing it and just left it alone.
If you’re looking for product reviews, this blog isn’t the place to look. Every once in a while, one person or another will suggest this to be a good task for me to take on in this blog. That’s not likely to happen. Keep reading for more about why that is.
I recently wrote about the LabWare and the SampleManager systems but the last “big” system I started to learn was the Labvantage (LVS) system. Here are some thoughts to pass along to those of you thinking that that might be your next big adventure.
Some of you might have noticed some broken links and visual changes starting to take place, here in this blog. That’s because I’m making a minor overhaul of this blog.
Today’s blog post was inspired by two search phrases that brought readers to this blog, which are “vgl programming” and “vgl programming syntax”. Strangely, these search phrases were popular on the day I posted about the LabWare LIMS, for some reason.
When we talk about programming the LabWare LIMS, we have to be careful what we mean.