Working as an Outreachy intern with LibreHealth this summer has been a great experience! Needless to say, I had mixed emotions when it was time to hand in my final project. I am proud of what I’ve contributed, thankful to have worked with great mentors and a fabulous intern-mate, and saddened that it ended.
For those needing to catch up, you can read about the beginning of my experience. The rest of my journey links will be at the end of this article. For those of you who have been with me throughout this summer, I’ll just jump right in.
As a Documentation Intern, I provided some of the documentation on the LibreHealth Electronic Health Records system in English. …
What comes to mind when you think of Hawaii? It could be: surfing the waves, walking sandy beaches, enjoying the lovely hula dance, sipping tropical drinks, or something even more personal to you.
This is one of my favorite songs — and I love the beautiful video:
The Hawaii State Legislature defines the Aloha Spirit as “The coordination of mind and heart … it’s within the individual — it brings you down to yourself. You must think and emote good feelings to others.”
It goes on to define each letter of the word…
I am proud to have been chosen as one of freeCodeCamp’s 2018 Top Contributors, and to have been invited to the celebration in New York. I am also very thankful that Outreachy sponsored my travel so that as an Outreachy Intern, I could attend this awesome event.
I arrived late the night before, and left early the following morning. So, I’d just like to share with you what happened on Saturday, August 18, 2018 — in Brooklyn, New York.
One of the plans I had for this visit included a live meetup with one of my LibreHealth mentors. Sadly, he was not able to connect with me during my short visit — but I am happy to say that he is now feeling better. …