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Thunder Clap: Era's End


The door behind me swung closed. As soon as it latched I leaned back and blew out a long breath.

“You okay?” Sanders asked from where he stood by the observation window. 1,800 more words


Episode 153: Diving into Daredevil

The Marvel Cinematic has a new addition to its continuity this weekend with the premiere of Daredevil on Netflix. I have seen all but the last episode of the 13 of the first (of hopefully many) season in order to make sure that I don’t give away anything too big in this review of sorts. 1,893 more words

Unity Serialization Part 1: How it Works and Examples

On this series of articles (2, maybe 3) we will discuss a topic that is extremely  important to Unity3D development: serialization. This subject may be a bit cloudy for beginners, but understanding it not only helps to figure out how the Unity engine works, but it can also become really handy during a game development process and assist you to build better solutions. 1,126 more words


The Demo Series: File IO

In this series I’ll be talking about and showing off demo programs I’ve written in Java.

For today’s post, I’ll be covering some source code that deals with the File class in Java. 315 more words


Serialization to cover three major aspect of 1) emerging regulatory compliance, 2) empowering consumer via SMS authentication and 3) supply chain visibility through product traceability

An era of pharmaceutical serialization has begun. Around the world, countries are beginning to mandate the bar coding of pharmaceuticals to defend supply chain from counterfeits. 38 more words

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Top five trends move the cold chain industry to the next level: capacity, last mile, and security become important

by Rene Tjong Tjin Tai, CEO, Dyzle There is now a good deal of awareness of the need for proper cold chain management in the storage and transportation of temperature-sensitive products in the pharmaceutical and food industry. 23 more words

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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

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