My role as developer with Bluewire is primarily focused on implementation and deployment with the intention to become increasingly client focused as I gain more experience with our product – Epro. This vision is largely derived from my experience as … Continued
Yesterday the commons health select committee reported that UK NHS trusts may be resorting to traditional ‘salami slicing’ to deliver the much talked about health service cuts. It set me thinking whether ‘salami slicing’ applies to Epro and if it … Continued
2011 has been a busy year for Bluewire Technologies. Here is the low-down on what we have been doing.
Tools: ssh-add -l Verify your current identity ssh-add Load keys from ~/.ssh into the authentication agent The GitHub set up guide has a good introduction to ssh keys, if all goes well it looks like this: doug@local:~$ ssh -T email@example.com … Continued
There has been a lot of talk recently about the role of open source software (OSS) in the NHS and the govenment has recently published a procurement toolkit which aims to push the public sector towards procuring open source solution … Continued
For the last 5 months I’ve been halfway across the world on sabbatical from Bluewire. I’ve been observing the development of Epro back in Bristol and doing bits of work here and there to keep myself familiar with the codebase. … Continued
Bonny has been looking at how we can improve our training procedures to ensure they are as effective as possible.
SQL Bits 9 took place in Liverpool between the 29th September to the 1st October. Matthew went along and has shared his experience of the conference here.
One of our employees recently had one of those unwelcome notifications from HMRC informing him they had changed his tax code; they asserted that Bluewire were employing him as a second job, and therefore he had to pay £1500 in … Continued
The Information Standards Board have recently approved SNOMED CT (SCT) as a “fundemantal standard”, almost 10 years since its inception. At Bluewire, we would consider ourselves early adopters of the terminology – both Adam and I went on training courses back … Continued