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Progress Toward Serialization!

“Frequentz has published the 2015 RxTrace U.S. Pharma Traceability Survey Results and Dirk Rodgers, of rxtrace.com, reviews some interesting findings taken directly from the report. Dirk talks about how the report shows that progress is being made by drug manufacturers, repackagers and CMO/CPOs toward meeting the 2017 (2018 for repackagers) deadline for adding serial numbers to the drug packages they produce for the U.S. 25 more words

Pharma

False Witness - Installment Two

CHAPTER FIVE

“No, Mama! No!” Beau cried out. Rae heard him but couldn’t see him. She stumbled in the dark hallway. The summer night was hot but a chill ran through her body. 10,380 more words

Original Fiction

Thunder Clap: Brawl

Izzy

Circuit kicked things off with a literal bang, electricity arcing with a teeth rattling crack from his chair to his hands, then from his hands to the plasma cloud in front of Helix. 1,508 more words

Project Sumter Stories

How to serialize an EObject from Xtext

The Xtext framework is pretty awesome. It includes a lot of built-in features: syntax highlight, custom editors, etc. This is the framework we are currently using for most of the Eclipse development for… 194 more words

Geek

Let's Get Serious About Serials

The WordServe Water Cooler is pleased to host guest blogger Becky Doughty.

Welcome, Becky!

When I finally decided to “get serious” about my writing, I quickly discovered I had to have a platform. 783 more words

Writing

Serializing large graphs with SIXX in GemStone

Hi guys,

While I promised to start a series of posts about GemStone itself, today I wanted to write down some notes about something I’ve been doing in the last days. 1,238 more words

Thunder Clap: Knock Down

Izzy

Helix and I crashed into the room below, which looked like a really swank office before we left it full dust and rubble. I kicked the massive hardwood desk in the center of the room up to form a makeshift ramp that Circuit could use to half roll half slide his chair down to us. 1,313 more words

Fiction