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The day could not come fast enough. Today, the WSLCB announced the selection of technology company Franwell as the Apparent Successful Vendor (ASV) to replace the existing Biotrack seed-to-sale traceability system in Washington State.
I can’t believe they plan to migrate to an entirely new system/framework by October 2017. I don’t see how this can be done given my background and experience working in the enterprise software space, especially when dealing with government agencies and projects. I hope Franwell has some ninjas on their team because they are going to need some serious SQL coders to port from the underlying Biotrack data model. Unless they already have a migration tool/util already built.
Need to go check into these guys ASAP. I really hope they are better. I have a ton of questions on how deep they are going to go to rip Biotrack out. Could potentially affect ALL of my data mining stuff. #buhbye#biocrapthc #goodriddance#worstdatabaseever #lcb #slcb #i502
New rules under consideration for i502 announced today. 314-55-045 has been expanded to include terms that define what rule, law, or violation history might prevent an applicant from receiving or renewing their marijuana license.
What timing – someone was just asking about this on one of my other posts. Gotta go back and tag em here.
#rulemaking #policy #legislation #i502 #lcb#wslcb #recreationalmarijuana #legalweed#olympia #wa
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Because Biotrack is stupid and their database tables suck, this table doesn’t display the actual name of the Licensee that had the violation. Until I figure out a better way, here’s a nifty URL that you can use and just cut and paste the license number and add to the end of the URL to see who committed the violation.
https://502data.com/license/[paste license number here]
For example, https://502data.com/license/414841
[TODO: add links to table for license name lookup and WAC code and case # linkage]
Today the WSLCB released a new Monthly Dashboard for access to the public data for i502. I started poking around and they are using a cloud based data provider based in Seattle named Socrata (http://socrata.com). I just started poking around and while the framework has a STEEP learning curve, luckily I spent almost 2 decades banging my head against the wall trying to learn and use the vast majority of these kinds of frameworks when I worked in the Enterprise Software space. I’m going to use this post as a test bed to see if the “embed” features actually work. To be continued… BDE
PS – had a great meeting today with Cannasol Farms right across the valley in Riverside. More on that later.
Hello World… should display Extract Conversions table