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.
I don’t know what it was about last Thursday, but every recruiter in the world seemed to suddenly contact me. It seems that I’m not the only one, either.
Change management requires being ready to change, being willing to change, and having an understanding of what it takes to make change.
In our jobs, we do so much more than merely implement the LIMS. Non-LIMS training is just one option to help us keep up with what’s going on in the world.
Dumbing it down – it was a topic that came up quite frequently in 2019 as something NOT to do in your effort toward better communications.
For the year 2020, I already began to execute some plans to do a few different things, here at GeoMetrick Enterprises.
The top posts of 2019 are listed, here. This is an exercise in curiosity and also a small lesson in the power of numbers and how they can mislead us.
In these days where it seems that every feature is available in some of the LIMS, can LIMS (or ELN or LES) vendors compete with features?