Hi! I’m Parker Erway (Also known as Undo), and I’ll be participating in GCI 2014. I’m 15 years old, and I hope to contribute greatly to this project!
My name is Judy , from Kenya (currently live at Indianapolis) , and have been with the OpenMRS community for a long time.My day time job is a radiology resident , and in the evenings i am a open source citizen
I am looking forward to getting to know more of you and work together.
Hi everyone, I’m Jessy Lin. I’m a 17-year-old from New York, and it’s my first time participating in GCI! I felt that OpenMRS had a great cause to contribute to, and I’m looking forward to learning a lot.
Hello everyone, i’m Ian Di Dio Lavore from Italy (Mi) 16 y/o, i like the purpose of this community and i like the cause. I hope to help anyone i can, feel free to contact me
Hello! I’m Mikhail Ivchenko. I’m a 16-year-old from Russia, Izhevsk. I want to work on opensource projects and I’m interested by your project.
Hello everyone! I’m Dmitrii Volkov, a 15 year old Russian. I use Python in everyday programming and also am quite skilled with system administration. Looking forward to contribution to the project.
Hello! I’m Jonathan, I’m 16 from the UK. I’m used to C# and Python, but am looking forward to expanding my knowledge by contributing to this project.
Hey there I’m Paula, I’m 16 from Germany. It’s my first time participating in Google Code In, I’m looking forward to hopefully contributing something to this project and making some new experiences (:
Hi, my name is Toby. I live in Washington DC. I found out about Google Code-in when a mentor from copyleft games came to my school. I program robots at school (FRC), I’ve done some data visualization of ambulance response times recently as part of a project I’m working on with a friend to see how feasible it would be to link drones into the 911 service to deliver things like epi-pens, adrenaline, and other things to people in need so long ambulance response times don’t claim as many lives.
I’m Danny from Australia, and I’ve been doing Google Code In for a few years (I was one of the 2012 winners actually). OpenMRS sounds like an interesting web application project, and I’ve been wanting to get my feet wet with Java.
I’m more familiar with JS / Node, HTML / CSS, etc. Looking forward to contributing!
@cshah: Wow! Say hi to Liezl for me?
Hi, I’m Max, 14 years old, from The Netherlands. This is my first time participating in GCI. I’m looking forward to contributing to this project.
i’m Arely, 15 from the Southern United States, i don’t know anything much about computers but im very willing to learn and i hope to have a lot of fun doing it, this is my first time doing Google Code-In
Hello, I’m Heidi, a fifteen year old developer from California. I’ve participated in Google Code-In for the past two years. I mostly do front-end work, and I look forward to working with OpenMRS!
Hi! I’m Steph, 15. This is my first year joining GCI
I’ll be focusing on UI and maybe some Android apps. Am somewhat confused about the coding parts… Also, what’s the average amount of tasks we should do? Is 10 a reasonable number?
Hi everyone! My name is Selina, and I am a high school student from California. This is my first year participating in GCI, but I love it already. I can write code in Python and some Java, and I was so excited when I first saw the ever-changing list of tasks to claim and work on. I look forward to being an active participant in GCI and exploring the world of OpenMRS!
My name is Harsha Siriwardena, i mostly use harshadura as my cyber identity My country is a beautiful south asian island called Sri Lanka. I work as a full time Software Engineer specialising enterprise mobile technologies. I also pursue a Masters in a part time basis.
And I have been contributing to OpenMRS project since 2012 where i also participated for two consecutive GSoC programs with OpenMRS. It was been a nice journey, i like the motto very much. “write code & save lives!” as coders which is a really possible way, isnt it?!
This is my second year in GCI, where I have participated as a GCI mentor at Fedora project in 2012.
Hi everyone, my name is Sharan Ramjee. I am 16 years old. I am from Bangalore, India. I am very excited to be a part of OpenMRS and I look forward to contribute and learn. I want to help people in developing countries through OpenMRS. I am familiar with java. I also like to try out different types of programs as a hobby. This is the first time I am participating in google code in and I am thrilled by the wonderful idea of getting real life experience through GCI and OpenMRS at this age. Have a wonderful day!
Hi, my name is Nic Fishman, out of Washington, DC. CopyLeft came to my school, and that’s how I was introduced to GCI. I am currently fascinated by Genetic Programming, and work with the school’s FRC. Outside tech, I’m a martial artist and a writer.
Hi! I’m Rebecca, I’m 17 years old, live in California and this is my first year participating in Google Code-In. I am the President of my school’s FRC team and have worked mostly on the mechanical side, but recently have been taking interest in computer programming. I’ve learned C/C++ and Java and am looking forward to exploring open-source development and contributing to OpenMRS!
Hi! I’m Zoe, 17 from Malaysia. This is my first time participating in Google Code In. Unfortunately in my school the computer classes only go up to Form 2 which is equivalent to grade 8 and after that we have no computer science or classes at all in government schools. I hope that GCI and Open MRS will broaden my grasp on technology and information as well as making a difference in the world.