Hello everyone! My name is Anjula, and I’m a physical science undergraduate who has a passion for open source. Open-source software has always played an essential role in my life, as it is where I first started learning. Over two years ago, I discovered OpenMRS and knew that I wanted to be a part of it. Last year, I was thrilled to be selected for Google Summer of Code and successfully completed the rebuilding of the cohort builder.
I am excited to announce that I have been selected as a QA Engineering Fellow for the OpenMRS Fellowship program! I can’t wait to start my fellowship journey and contribute towards the development of OpenMRS while further enhancing my skills under the guidance of my mentor, @jayasanka. Our primary focus is on improving the overall product quality and implementing solutions to maintain the product quality while improving the developer experience.
Over the past few weeks, I have had several calls with my mentor to discuss my fellowship plan and goals. I also joined the informative orientation session to learn more about the program. Additionally, I proposed a project idea for GSoC 2023, which involves extending E2E Automated Tests for the OpenMRS 3.0 RefApp. You can find more details about this project here.
For the first month of my fellowship, my primary focus is to identify the test cases for patient management, understand how to write an effective E2E test with playwright, and write E2E tests with playwright to cover the patient management.
I also wrote my first article as well,
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to OpenMRS for giving me this amazing opportunity. I am thrilled to be working with all of you and look forward to contributing to the growth and development of this community.