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Last week, I attended FHIR North: a one-day event hosted by Mohawk College for getting to learn about and try out the HL7 FHIR healthcare interoperability standard. For those new to “connectathons,” they are intended to prove that an open consensus built interoperability specification is complete, and that implementations written to that standard can connect. Read More..

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I just read this Wired article about the Good Enough Revolution, in which it describes how people are choosing simpler and easier to use gadgets over those that offer the …

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During a recent project retrospective, the topic of testing came up: what was the philosophy of the team with regards to testing? It turned out that there was no single …

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Health Level 7 Anatomy of an HL7 Message HL7 Test Harness HL7 and Versioning Mandatory and conformance indicators Message Prefix Information Representation of HL7 models in XML Understanding HL7 Data …

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This was the last day of the conference and the final day of tutorials. We split up for the day; Louis attended “Crystal Clear: A Human-Powered Methodology for Small Teams” …

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Thursday, October 5, 2006 Aarhus, Denmark Today was a return to tutorials, now that the tracks and speakers portion of the conference has finished. It was a bit of a …

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Wednesday, October 4, 2006 Aarhus, Denmark The cool track today was “Back To the Future” hosted by Dave Thomas and Ole Lehrmann Madsen. The idea of the track was to …

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Tuesday, October 3, 2006 Aarhus, Denmark Tuesday started with our first introduction into the whole Domain Specific Languages hoop-la. The dream of really being able to write DSLs that domain …