When someone in our industry seems to “disappear,” I wonder what happened to them. When people who are known to quite a lot of us disappear, I realize that there are plenty of people who know what happened but probably quite a few who don’t know and are wondering just as I am. With that in-mind, let me share some news about two people who only just retired at the end of 2014 that many of you will know.
It wasn’t even two weeks ago that I made a post about how many calls I’m getting for leads on system architect positions and I’ve already gotten two more. On top of that, since that day, I think I’ve had almost one lead per day for jobs and large projects.
Not long ago, I wrote a post on leveraging code where I discussed the issues of casually throwing code away. Today, I’ll talk more about when to rewrite the code
I had somehow missed that SCW (Scientific Computing World) had also published my GHS (Globally Harmonized System) article.
My latest anti-acronym article has been published. It just a few minutes ago came across in the SCW (Scientific Computing World) notice.
Since LabWare added their ELN, occasionally someone will ask me how the LabWare market share has changed with the ELN added onto it versus the features they had just with the LIMS, itself.
In the last couple posts, I referred to the LabWare system as a LIMS and ELN, and the SampleManager system as a LIMS and LES. Are they really both a LIMS and something else?
In my last post, I was talking about how I’d considering rejoining some of the groups I’d left, such as the LinkedIn LabWare LIMS group and the LinkedIn SampleManager group. I do sometimes wish there was a place for experts to get a quick answer but I realize that rejoining these groups won’t satisfy this […]