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Attendees may choose from a wide variety of dining options in the SMU Food & Beverage outlets in the underground concourse, or from nearby establishments.
by Burke Mamlin
Clinical Decision Support can be very important and useful for OpenMRS. While we have CDS on our technical roadmap, we're yet to go ahead with developing concrete plans to push ahead with CDS. The purpose of this session is to understand community needs around CDS, and try to determine a path forward.
@surangak and @jteich
I'm suggesting this session based on the following discussion:
@pascal, @darius, @mseaton, @ssmusoke
Cloud computing offers powerful opportunities for data analysis. This session will include two short presentations on current work in this space followed by a group discussion on hopes and dreams, opportunities and challenges for OpenMRS data analysis in the cloud. The two presentations will be from @jordan about her work on Google Cloud Dataflow tools, and @jblaya about his work with Lumiata.
Until now, OpenMRS documentation has basically existed only in our Wiki. However, there are several types of documentation and several tools available to create and maintain it. Let's discuss the major types of documentation in the community, and what tools make sense for that documentation.
There will be no slides for this session. It will be a round-table type session. We all use this tool. I am trying to come up with tasks for Google Code-In students to work on. Last year we got some awesome work on a UI revamp and is merged and slated for 2.1 soonish; the work done during Google Code-In 2015 would be slated for a later version. Come help shape and discuss the future of the dashboard project as it pertains to OpenMRS and help plan its future.
PLEASE RSVP TO PARTICIPATE: http://omrs15-ct.eventbrite.com/
Join fellow OMRS15 attendees for a night of food, drink, and shopping in enchanting Chinatown!
If you'd like to join us, please register using the form above to get updates and to help us plan for how many people will be in our group. For those attending PowerPoint Karaoke, they'll meet up with the rest of the group after that event ends.
Located on Smith Street in the heart of Chinatown, the revitalised Chinatown Food Street seeks to create the most authentic Singapore dining experience for locals and tourists alike. From a tantalising plate of Char Kway Teow, to sticks of mouthwatering Satays, CFS offers a diverse spread of local delights, with iconic food from local cultures all represented on one street.
Chinatown also offers a wide variety of shopping, souvenirs, and much more, so form a small group and go exploring!
SPACE IS LIMITED - PLEASE RSVP TO ATTEND OR PARTICIPATE: http://omrs15-ppk.eventbrite.com/
PowerPoint Karaoke (also known as Battle Decks) is an improvisational activity in which a participant must deliver a presentation based on a set of slides that they have never seen before.
Its name is derived from Microsoft PowerPoint, the world's most popular presentation software, and karaoke, an activity in which a performer sings along with a pre-recorded backing track. The effect is intended to be comical, and PowerPoint Karaoke can be considered a form of improvisational theatre, or a type of Theatresports game.
The presentation shown on screen may be a real slideshow on an arcane topic, or a set of real slides from different presentations that are nonsensical when assembled together, or slides that are nonsensical on their own (in some cases created by randomly downloading images from the internet and adding unrelated text).
As a contestant, you will be given a general topic, and 10 slides to speak on over the course of 6 minutes. It's your job to use those 10 slides to make a case for the topic given to you. But remember, the slides can be totally random, so its up to you to be creative!
Unlike conventional Karaoke, Powerpoint Karaoke does not require singing. Well, you can sing, if you want to. Its just not required.
8th–14th December 2015