Category Archives: Indevin

Bloody Auditors!

… Are one of the main the reasons I’ve been glued to my PC for the past 3 months, during my usually quiet times. As your business transitions from small to medium or you start to export items (especially food-items) … Continue reading

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A Better kind of Job Instruction

Job sheets are the staple of any production system, they tell the “factory floor” what to manufacture, how many to manufacture and how to do it. Most of the metrics on a job order are calculated using a bill of … Continue reading

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Tinkering around

While the case design for the mobile terminal version 1 is set in stone and will not change, I have been thinking of all the messing about I’ve gone through to get to the stage of having a half decent … Continue reading

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Vintage Mode.

Yes, significant lack of progress on projects and posts can only mean one thing..¬†Fully back to the vintage grindstone! Nothing to do but be poised on the end of the phone to tweak Delphi code and fix stuff-ups on the … Continue reading

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October Update

My visit to the UK was quite awesome and it was really good to catch up with all my old friends and work colleagues again and see how everything has changed, hopefully even convinced a couple to make the journey … Continue reading

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Be careful with Delphi Tlines

Every once in a while my client Indevin need to re-calculate the vessel compositions across the winery using the application I wrote, and because each composition relies on the one before it, this means starting at job 1 and working … Continue reading

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Hack-a-Day IO

I’ve put the mobile terminal onto the hackaaday.io site as a project, I’m hoping to generate so feedback from it and to spur me in to action now I’ve officially been given a timetable to deliver a “product” by one … Continue reading

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