Notes from Healthcare Interoperability 2008

I was in Birmingham yesterday, to join Healthcare Interoperability 2008. I can not say that is was as rich as I had expected, but still it hosted some interesting stands. EMIS and their partners were the star of the event, and I guess from a business perspective the message was obvious there: primary care is … Continue reading Notes from Healthcare Interoperability 2008

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After the HL7 UK conference

I've spend two days of last week at HL7 UK conference, and it was worth it. It was nice to see what are the hot topics in the HL7 domain, and some topics seemed to be a real focus of interest from the community. A couple of thoughts about the feel of things: first of … Continue reading After the HL7 UK conference

Note to self, for Eclipse problem (Ganymede under Ubuntu)

When you see an empty dialog just after the splash screen, first check the .log file under workspace/.metadata/ if it is a xul error, which probably is, then do this: sudo apt-get install xulrunner append to eclipse.ini -Dorg.eclipse.swt.browser.XULRunnerPath=/usr/lib/xulrunner/xulrunner (taken from : http://sandakith.wordpress.com/2008/07/11/eclipse-ganymede-startup-problem-in-ubuntu-orgeclipseswtswterror-xpcom-erro/) Remember: the -D... stuff goes last in eclipse.ini

London

The title is simple, but means a lot for me at the moment. I've moved to London for starting a PhD in University College London, CHIME. It took a a lot of steps, it took quite a lot of time, and there is a lot that must be done here.  This is a short entry, … Continue reading London