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Clinical Management on the NetBeans Platform

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I'm Constantin Drabo and I come from Burkina Faso. I'm earning Master degree in Multimedia and Internet Technologies.

Four months ago I had the chance to follow the NetBeans Platform Certified Training in Burkina Faso with Geertjan. This training session helped me to build an application using the NetBeans Platform: Clinikal is an application for small  clinical institutions and aims to manage patients, consultations, and appointments:

Initially, the application is written for the clinical office "Saint Marc" in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. The current version contains the essential features. However, I'm planning to add more sophisticated modules in the future and adapt it to international medical standards.

This is my first experience building software upon the NetBeans Platform. I found this way of programming a lot of fun and sometimes I felt like a hacker plumbing into my favorite editor. :)

 

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