One effort I’m just finishing is to replace my main office machine and now have a situation I haven’t had in many years – I don’t have a single LIMS, ELN or LES installed on it. It’s a weird, weird, weird feeling!
In my last post, Gone But Not Forgotten, er, I Mean, Actually Gone, mentioned the Mobile development that I’m doing. Some of you probably thing I mean that that’s what I’m doing in my new job. Keep in-mind that I promised I would be staying away from talking about what I’m doing at my job. I […]
I have a LinkedIn update that mentions “iVenion” and, as a few of you have mentioned to me, that is not the correct spelling of “iVention.”
I use LinkedIn as a place I promote my business as opposed to a place to list my customers. Despite that, I had added a “position” for my work with iVention LLC. I have just removed it.
In my last post, Where Have All the SampleManager Resources Gone?, I talked about the fact that there seems to be quite a few people asking for Thermo Fisher Scientific resources but seemingly not finding them when there are actually resources available in the market. Today, I would say, “Ditto for the LabWare LIMS / ELN.”
In my recent post The Lack of the Ultimate System I was talking about my frustration that I do not have just one really great system option that I can give to customers who just need some basic system, where the problem is that, to actually “know” system is to implement it.
Yesterday, I made a post regarding the addition of services here at GeoMetrick Enterprises.
In my last blog post, I mentioned that I’ll be working closely with iVention US, including but not limited to making posts in their blog.
Some of you have or will be seeing that I am now showing up in conjunction with iVention US. Before any rumors get started, let me tell those of you reading this exactly what this means and it doesn’t mean that I’m giving up my customers (so, to you vultures that are now ready to pounce, just forget it!).