Congratulations to our 14 students who passed their final evaluations for Google Summer of Code 2015! Since 2007, OpenMRS has participated in Google Summer of Code, an annual program to provide university students an opportunity to learn open source development skills. We’ve been very proud of our students each year, and this year is no
Editor’s Note: Starting in 2013, we will be highlighting an OpenMRS contributor every month, giving you the opportunity to learn more about the people building the OpenMRS software and community. More information about the Contributor of the Month program is available on the OpenMRS wiki. We welcome your feedback about the program and your nominations
Congratulations to the 18 students selected by OpenMRS to participate in Google Summer of Code™ this year! A total of 1,122 students were selected to participate with 180 different open source projects. As the organization administrators for the program, we are thrilled to announce our 6th and largest year of participation yet in the annual event
Earlier this year, OpenMRS participated once again in Google Summer of Code, a worldwide program organized by Google’s Open Source Programs Office to expose university students to the world of free and open source software, and encourage those students to become long-term contributors to projects that interest them. OpenMRS has been participating in Summer of
The words “You’re going to write a book …” didn’t sink in the first time he said it mid-morning on Monday. Then just before lunch I heard it again “The books you will be writing this week …” At the break we had a moment to ourselves: Michael, Rafal, Darius, and myself. We were like,
Recently, I had the rare privilege of attending the annual implementers conference of OpenMRS, my Google Summer of Code (GSoC) mentoring organization. Thanks largely to the conference sponsorship by Google, OpenMRS was able to fund my week-long visit to Kigali, Rwanda. I travelled over 4,500 miles to Rwanda, and spent a week meeting with core
The OpenMRS community is pleased to announce that we will have 16 smart and talented university students working with us over the next several months as part of Google Summer of Code 2011. In alphabetical order by first name, they are: Balachandiran Ajanthan Christopher Zakian Emanuel Claesson Gaurav Paliwal Gauthami Pingili Goutham Vasireddi Jelena Skorucak
Write code. Save lives. The OpenMRS community is pleased to announce that it has been selected to participate as a mentoring organization for a 5th year in Google Summer of Code™. We’ve enjoyed participating in this great program in the last 4 years and are even more excited about the projects and mentors we have available this year.
OpenMRS is happy to announce two OIP students joining our 2010 summer internships. Sagar Shah (India) will be mentored by Saptarshi on a SimpleFinance Module project and Harsha Halgaswatta (Sri Lanka) will be mentored by Darius on a UI Framework project. Welcome and congratulations to Sagar and Harsha!
OpenMRS would like to congratulate the following students for being selected to participate in the 2010 Google Summer of Code: Malte Friese, working on Advanced Concept Management with Justin Miranda & Mike Seaton Ruwan Egodawatte, working on Approximate Date Support with Jeremy Keiper & Wyclif Luyima Shivashankar Subramanian, working on Bug Analytics with Diederik van