GC Surgery 1st session ever
I’m so happy, we’ve done the first GC surgery. Hopefully this is the first one among many. I thought it was great, but i look forward to hearing what people are saying about it. I have to apologise to few of the people that try to attend and failed. There are few technology glitches where WebEx only allowed maximum 25 people to login at the same time. Because of the issue we have now upgraded our WebEx to ensure that we are capable of hosting 100 people in the same room through a better service more suited for a webinar.
For the people who missed the surgery, I have made a recording of the presentation and can be accessed on the above link. We do have few questions that came up from this surgery. Here are some of the questions:
Q1: Does atmospheric pressure affect the response?
Q2: What happens if you have to change a column?
Q3: Typical traps to avoid when optimising GC’s? i.e, in your experience most regular types of failure?
Q4: Are all GCs the same in terms of the diagram that you showed?
We have created a GC Surgery group in Linked in, and to begin with we’ll discuss this four questions. And if anybody want to talk about any other GC issues, for instance how does a flow diagram looks like on other GC other than Daniel, and other type of GC such as the C9+ and the C10+ etc, please feel free to post a question in the surgery forum which I hope can be an environment for us all to share our experience on the GC field.
The next GC surgery will be on the 8th of March, we’ll discuss about how to interpret GC calibration data. I look forward to see as many people as possible there. This time we’ll make sure that everybody will fit in the room as we have upgraded our WebEx to cover more people :).
Posted by Anwar Sutan on February 23, 2016