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  • dwhill
    14 Apr 2014 - 17:23 GMT by dwhill

    Hi Ivan,

    I reposted the file with a PDF.

    Enjoy!
    Dave

    On Apr 11, 2014, at 4:39 PM, Ivan Metzlar > wrote:

    I am very interested in this document - especially FHIR - but I don't use MS word.

  • Anthracite
    11 Apr 2014 - 8:55 GMT by Anthracite

    I would like to address the issue of locking down whole files.

    It came to mind because of the MVX file yesterday. I do think that there is a
    roll for synonyms in the greater community in the MVX file and I don't think
    that it should be locked down from local edit, although I do think the
    remainder of the file could probably be locked without a problem.

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  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 12:54 GMT by Anthracite

    No, sorry, Bhaskar is the person responsible for having GT.M released as open
    source for Linux. GT.M and Cache are what VistA runs on/in as an M database,
    not MongoDB, so that would be outside of the scope of a VistA Community
    Meeting that is focused on VistA.

    --
    Nancy Anthracite

    On Wednesday, April 09, 2014, Chris Scheich wrote:
    > Nancy,
    >
    > Would it be feasible to offer up a similar like course for MongoDB?

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:46 GMT by Anthracite

    Greg Kreis is legendary as the premier instructor when it comes to training
    VistA developers and support personnel for VA. He has taught most if not all
    of the VA developers and I have never once heard anything but glowing reports
    about his courses.

    Greg will be offering his VistA Foundations Course right before the VistA
    Community Meeting June 2-4. The course will be 3.5 days May 29, 30, 31 and
    half a day June 1.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:46 GMT by Anthracite

    Greg Kreis is legendary as the premier instructor when it comes to training
    VistA developers and support personnel for VA. He has taught most if not all
    of the VA developers and I have never once heard anything but glowing reports
    about his courses.

    Greg will be offering his VistA Foundations Course right before the VistA
    Community Meeting June 2-4. The course will be 3.5 days May 29, 30, 31 and
    half a day June 1.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:46 GMT by Anthracite

    Greg Kreis is legendary as the premier instructor when it comes to training
    VistA developers and support personnel for VA. He has taught most if not all
    of the VA developers and I have never once heard anything but glowing reports
    about his courses.

    Greg will be offering his VistA Foundations Course right before the VistA
    Community Meeting June 2-4. The course will be 3.5 days May 29, 30, 31 and
    half a day June 1.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:45 GMT by Anthracite

    EWD.js is a framework for quick and easy development of modern,
    state-of-the-art browser-based client/server applications. It is
    specifically designed for use with Mumps databases and applications, and is
    therefore ideal as a tool to modernise VistA. EWD.js has become the
    de-facto toolset for modernising VISTA for both desktop and mobile devices
    within the Open Source VistA development community, and has also recently
    been approved for use by the VA.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:45 GMT by Anthracite

    EWD.js is a framework for quick and easy development of modern,
    state-of-the-art browser-based client/server applications. It is
    specifically designed for use with Mumps databases and applications, and is
    therefore ideal as a tool to modernise VistA. EWD.js has become the
    de-facto toolset for modernising VISTA for both desktop and mobile devices
    within the Open Source VistA development community, and has also recently
    been approved for use by the VA.

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:45 GMT by Anthracite

    This course will be held before the June 2-4 VistA Community Meeting. It will
    include GT.M Systems Administration taught by KS Bhaskar with the added input
    from Larry Landis related to lessons learned in VistA Systems Management.
    More details will be forthcoming. It will likely be a 4 day course and
    details should be available very soon.

    --
    Nancy Anthracite

    Architecture
  • Anthracite
    9 Apr 2014 - 8:45 GMT by Anthracite

    EWD.js is a framework for quick and easy development of modern,
    state-of-the-art browser-based client/server applications. It is
    specifically designed for use with Mumps databases and applications, and is
    therefore ideal as a tool to modernise VistA. EWD.js has become the
    de-facto toolset for modernising VISTA for both desktop and mobile devices
    within the Open Source VistA development community, and has also recently
    been approved for use by the VA.

    Architecture
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