Numbers are liars. Many of you have heard me say this or read my posts on why numbers mislead us. Lately, I have yet more reasons to remind everyone.
Plug and play LIMS – did it become a reality? Even though more things can connect to more other things, plug-and-play still isn’t reality.
The LIMS industry economy is the topic of many a discussion, lately. Various people have different projections on where we’re headed for the rest of 2020.
IT folks read sports poems. It’s just what it sounds like. Read more to learn the details of this effort. You might even be interested in participating.
The latest formula is to begin a new job or contract with remote LIMS work until the virus restrictions end. All bets are off on what happens, next.
In our projects, our jobs and our lives, decision-making is an important task. In our evaluation of our decisions, don”t look at them as “good” or “bad.”
It’s during the times of crisis that we find out who our true leaders are. Our LIMS leaders stand out and, hopefully, you’re working for one of them.
Here’s more about how I’ve been training, how it relates to LIMS and how I might have over-trained. In this post, specifics on cybersecurity and hacking.
I recently took a number of training courses that I intended to write about. All had aspects that are relevant to LIMS but I took one course too many.
LIMS and Coronavirus – will it affect our projects, much? It’s difficult to say. In this blog post, I’ll cover a few of the possible issues.