The systems we work with are complex with complex processes. Many of the brands still require programming. Whether you use what you think is a “real” programming language or you think it’s a “scripting” language, code review is probably required. Many of you are doing LIMS code reviews, already,. Regardless, anyone working with these systems needs to understand more about how to properly do a LIMS code review or code review with their ELN, LES or LIS, as well.
As is sometimes my practice, today I’m writing this post with regard to a search that brought someone to my blog. Today’s search phrase is: what is difference between c# and vgl
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 said I was going to make some posts about giving our tips on products. Today’s product: SampleManager LIMS / LES.
Currently, I’m working on doing some file comparisons for a SampleManager 10.2 upgrade. As I work through the code to verify which changes are upgrade changes versus those that are customizations, I was thinking about how I’m seeing quite a lot of good habits. It occurs to me that, if I want to see good habits from everyone, I should tell you what some of them are.