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.
Today’s blog post was inspired by a search phrase that brought readers to this blog, which is “labware user manual save off line”.
A recent post discussed modules within the LabWare LIMS and about not getting too crazy with downloading and installing things. Today’s post gives one example of how you can kill your system performance with one simple combination. This is an issue for just about any software, really, but here’s a specific example using the LabWare system.
In speaking with other business owners, LinkedIn seems to pop-up quite frequently in our conversations. The conversations tend to revolve around whether it’s a worthwhile tool.
Today’s blog post was inspired by a search phrase that brought readers to this blog, which is “labware lims modules”.
This is a continuation of the last blog post discussing these search phrases that brought readers to this blog: “sap-lims interface” and “sap-lims interface challenges.”
As I like to do upon occasion, today my post is based off of not just one but two (Yes, count them! TWO!!) search phrases that brought one or more readers to this blog. Today’s phrases are “sap-lims interface” and “sap-lims interface challenges.” In this case, though, I’ve already split this into two posts, so this post will give some background and the next post will list some of the most common issues to deal with.
For many of the middle years of my business, I would take the New Year as an opportunity to revisit my business, make new plans, and come up with great ideas for the New Year. In the past few years, I find myself being more reflective than anything else.
Ever since the US Thanksgiving holiday (i.e., since the of November), I’ve received quite a lot of contacts about consulting work both from potential end-customers as well as from larger consulting firms looking to subcontract. It’s been pretty crazy, actually.