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(Srikanth Krishna Kolli) #1833

Hello, My name is Srikanth Krishna. I attend grad school at CSU Long Beach. I will be working on OpenMRS as part of the course curriculum. I hope I could contribute to the community and learn about OpenMRS.

(Haydn Pang) #1834

Hello I’m Haydn Pang, a first year graduate student from CSULB. I am currently taking a class in software engineering to learn the ropes about the entire software engineering process. OpenMRS was chosen as it provides an extensive amount of documentation to learn from as well as being a FOSS project. Hope to learn more about this project in the future and maybe possibly contribute once I get a better grasp of it!

(Michael Tran) #1835

Hello, I am Michael Tran. I am a first year graduate student at CSU Long Beach looking forward to learning about OpenMRS as part of a software engineering course I am currently taking. I do not have much experience with open source projects, but I am excited about the possibility of contributing in the future!

(Jonathan Saavedra) #1836

Hi, I am Jonathan Saavedra. I graduated from UC Irvine with a B.S. in Computer Game Science. I am currently studying at CSU Long Beach to obtain my Master’s in Computer Science. I am learning about OpenMRS for my software engineering class.

(Nathan Ruhanga) #1837

Welcome @srikanthkkolli, @serneno, @mvtran and @jasaaved :slightly_smiling_face:,

The community is pleased to have you apart of it. Feel comfortable to make inquiries and contribute. Sure enough, we’ll have great time together. You may just want to get started from here.

(Briona Davis) #1838

Hello, I’m Briona Davis. I’m a senior at Dickinson College studying computer science. My classmates and I will be working on our first open source project this year and we’ve chosen to be apart of Open MRS. We’re very excited to be joining the OpenMRS community and we’re looking forward to contributing in any way we can!

(Nathan Ruhanga) #1839

It’s a pleasure to be with you @davisbri, where you need help, feel free to ask and to get started, contributing going through this guide will help.

(Nina Mezu) #1840

Hello All,

My name is Nina Mezu and I am a Biotechnology/Bioinformatics Professional. I will be working with the OpenMRS platform to hopefully set up a system for my family’s foundation to monitor health records during medical missions in Nigeria! I look forward to talking with you all!

Thank You

(Juliet Wamalwa) #1841

We are glad to have you in this community we look forward for your contribution. Kindly follow this link https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/Getting+Started+as+a+Developer to get started.

(Jasmin Profus) #1842

Hello all! My name is Jasmin and I’m a German Computer Science Student, most familiar with Java. I hope I can contribute something useful to the project and gain some experience!

(Abbasali Gulabiwala) #1843

Hi there everybody! I am Abbas and i am kind of new to the OpenMRS community. I am a graduate student at California State University, Long Beach, majoring in computer science. We have a graduate level course CECS 543 named “Advanced Software Engineering”, where we have hands on tasks to learn on on the OpenMRS Community. Hope to interact with you all in near future.

(Rafał Stencel) #1844

Hello everybody! My name is Rafał Stencel. I work at SolDevelo, Poland as a Junior Software Developer. I will be working on Sync 2.0 from now on. This projects seems to be valuable, so I am really happy to become part of it. Rafał

(Ngadou Yopa Sylvestre Ronald) #1845
Hi everyone, I'm Ngadou Yopa Sylvestre R. a second year student at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology, University of Buea Cameroon. I'm a passionate of technology and open source development. I like solving algorithms and writing, testing, debugging code but what I prefer is interacting with people and solving their problems (which are sometimes mine too :slight_smile: ). 

I made my first commit to open source three years ago and since then, I do my very best to encourage others to participate in open source development. I can write some hello world code in Java, C/C++ and JavaScript. My aim is to learn a lot from the OpenMRS community. Thanks

(Juliet Wamalwa) #1846

@cherry157, @abbazz1, @rstencel and @ngadou welcome to the community and we look forward for your contributions. To get started kindly click here

(Solomon Simba) #1847

Hi OpenMRS members, am Solomon Simba from PATH Kenya office, managing much of health information systems architecture work as well as the data for decision making, happy to be here and ready to learn more about the new implementation Sync module that uses FHIR and atom feed. For supporting parent-child synchronization of multiple OpenMRS servers in one enterprise.

(Juliet Wamalwa) #1848

Glad to have you in this community and we look forward for your contribution.

(sumit severiya) #1849

Respected OpenMRS Team hello friends ,i am sumit severiya ,i am from india and working on OpenMrs since last 10 days ,

hope you will find me helpful for the community regards sumit severiya

(Nathan Ruhanga) #1850

Welcome to OpenMRS @sumitman19 :slightly_smiling_face:, the community is pleased to be with you. It will be great saving lives together.

(Andrew Kanter) #1851

I know there has been a fair amount of work done for mHealth in Pakistan using OpenMRS. There are some Urdu translations in the CIEL concept dictionary, but if you proceed, perhaps you can help with additional translations of concepts required for primary care. Thanks.

(Titus Kipkemboi) #1852

Hello everyone. I am Titus Kipkemboi a software developer at Andela Kenya. I’m currently joining the Order entry team as a ReactJS developer. I’m glad to be a part of the OpenMRS community and looking forward to working with you.