This is excellent @michael, I guess, I am on the right road. I study computers and am a software engineer looking for a collaborative community. I can start just like you did maybe I can be like you. My interest is to help my country, especially healthcare workers, move from paper to electronic—more besides rolling out openMRS in my country. I am interested in the special events program.
Hello everyone! I’m Gilbert Nsanzimana, a full stack developer based in Uganda. I’m thrilled to join OpenMRS community. Over the past four years, I have been immersed in development of various systems, including some in the health sector. Along the way, I also honed my skills in IT Support. The experiences have allowed me to witness firsthand the transformative power of health information technology, and I couldn’t wait but join you here. Ready to learn from everyone in this community and as well make a positive contribution. A little more about me here: https://nsanzimanagilbert.com/
Hello everyone. I am new in OpenMRS platform. I am Isaac Okwe a graduate from Makerere University in Software Engineering class 2022. Am excited to join this communuty. I hope it will be helpfull.
Hello everyone. My name is Isaac Okwe. Am glad to join OpenMRS community.
Hello @nsanzimanagilbert and @isaacokwe You are warmly welcome to the OpenMRS community, kindly checkout this link to get started Guide for the New and Curious - Documentation - OpenMRS Wiki
Hello OpenMRS Community,
I trust this message finds you in good health and high spirits. My name is Mayo Brahim, and I am delighted to become a part of this dynamic community. As a Full Stack Web Developer, Linux System Engineer, and fervent advocate for open-source software, I am eager to contribute my skills and experiences to foster OpenMRS’s mission.
I am a proud graduate of Concordia University in Canada, where I acquired a strong foundation in Computer Science, further nourishing my passion for web development and systems engineering. My expertise as a Full Stack Web Developer encompasses a range of skills, including:
- Experience in server-side languages such as Python, Java, and Node.js.
- Proficiency in database technologies like MySQL, PostgreSQL, and MongoDB.
- Solid understanding of web architecture and the ability to maintain a server’s infrastructure.
- Knowledge of DevOps practices and tools like Docker, Jenkins, and AWS.
- Experience in version control using Git and GitHub.
In my capacity as a Linux System Engineer, I have managed and troubleshooted servers, maintained secure and efficient infrastructures, and developed a deep understanding of various Linux distributions.
Moreover, I have always been passionate about open-source software, advocating its principles and contributing to several such initiatives in the past. OpenMRS’s mission aligns perfectly with my philosophy, and I am thrilled about the prospects of contributing to this project.
I bring to the table not only my technical skills but also a cooperative mindset, efficient communication, and a problem-solving attitude. I am excited to collaborate with the members of this community, sharing knowledge and learning from the vast collective experience present here.
I am confident that my expertise, enthusiasm, and dedication will add significant value to the OpenMRS community. I am ready to dive in and contribute, so please do let me know of any opportunities or challenges that could use my skill set.
Thank you for welcoming me into this community. I look forward to contributing to the continued success and growth of OpenMRS.
Thank you brother
In my experience, I have mastered the skill of reading and understand “Error logs” and I think OpenMRS is going to add a new badge for trouble shooter and add levels only for me.
I have befriended code and am flexible to understand code in any high-level programming language.
A huge Welcome @kitaroghope to the community
The Fan Part: You can get started just by going through this
Guide for the New and Curious - Documentation - OpenMRS Wiki
hullo testing the accessibility of the open MRS platform
Hello everyone, I’m Shubhanshu Sharma, a final-year student pursuing a B.Tech course. I am excited to contribute to OpenMRS and dive into the world of open-source development. My goal is to participate in GSoc next year with OpenMRS. I am eager to start working with OpenMRS and make a meaningful contribution to their projects.
Hi, I am an engineering student and I am looking forward to be a part of such open source communities and grow my communication skills and be an able contributor to the community
Hello everyone, my name is Joseph, I live in Mukono, Uganda and I’m studying software engineering, and I’m really pumped to be a part of the OpenMRS community.
Hi my name is santosh timilsina. i am from nepal. i want to contribute to the opensource this is my github
You are most welcome dear kindly take a look at the
Guide for the New and Curious - Documentation - OpenMRS Wiki
I am Zufar Sunagatov.
I am a Senior Software Developer based in London. I am developing distributed systems using Java, Kotlin, AWS, Kubernetes technologies. Now I am actively developing my skills and knowledge in the field of AI, Distributed Systems, Blockchain.
Also I share my experience and knowledge in my IT telegram channel, write articles on IT topics, act as a speaker on popular YouTube channels, and build my dream startup.
I would love to get to know all of you!
Best regards, Zufar Sunagatov
Hi guys ,
My name is Malindu Nimalsiri. I am a Software Engineer at a home automation company based in Sri Lanka. I really love to contribute to open source projects. I believe my skills will be helpful when working with OpenMRS. I am willing to participate in GSoC next year with OpenMRS. I would like to get to know all of you.
Thank you .
Hello everyone, my name is Daphine Nalule and based in Uganda. Having done my internship with METS, I became enthusiastic about the different opensource software out there when I interacted with UgandaEMR which is built on top of OpenMRS. I was thrilled with this great experience and thus accelerating the excitement I have to save lives through code.