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NHS Hack Day 2012

The “geeks of the NHS” met in London for the first NHS Hack Day on the 26-27 May and attracted over 120 people. Event organiser Dr Carl Reynolds set up the event to get software developers, doctors and healthcare leaders together … Continue reading

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Open Source given thumbs up

When Mayden first started providing web applications to the NHS, one of the first strategic decisions we had to make was whether to focus on Microsoft based applications or open source software. This decision wasn’t straight forward as most of … Continue reading

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Government uses WordPress for new Civil Service website

Years ago, in Mayden’s early days, a content management system (CMS) was one of the first products we designed; you couldn’t really be a legitimate web development company without one. It was a good product too – and still powering … Continue reading

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A drive towards open source in the NHS

Congratulations to the Open Me project for its recent awards. As a company providing open source solutions into healthcare for the last decade, it is welcoming to see open technology being promoted more rigorously by those working in the industry. … Continue reading

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