5 PM EST – 08 PM EST
Online – Multiple Zoom Rooms
This Mirth Connect Conference is the right place for people who want to participate in this event as a speaker and want to provide valuable input to other mirth members.
Share: The intent is to share knowledge/ write code / build something
No commercialization - No self promotion or company promotion
Privacy: Please don’t send any solicitation emails to the participants
Sasha is a healthcare IT professional who had been using Mirth Connect for years. She was always looking for new ways to get the most out of the platform and saw attending the Mirth Connect Conference as an excellent opportunity to learn from other experts in her field. When she arrived, she quickly realized that this wasn’t her average conference. There were no theoretical classes or boring presentations, just hackers, tinkerers, and innovators sharing their ideas and experiences with each other.
Sasha immediately felt energized by all of the creativity in the room and joined several groups working on plugin development projects. Over the course of the Conference, Sasha learned more than she could have imagined about Mirth Connect – from how to create custom connectors to scalability techniques that would improve her existing solutions. But perhaps even more valuable than these technical lessons were all the connections she made with other healthcare professionals at the conference.
Together they brainstormed novel applications for Mirth Connect and formed relationships that would help them collaborate on future projects down the line. By attending this event, Sasha found not only an opportunity to expand her skillset but also build meaningful relationships with people in her industry who shared similar interests and passions as herself. It truly was an invaluable experience – one which Sasha will never forget!
A conference is a meeting of two or more experts to discuss and exchange opinions or new information about a particular topic.
Conferences can be used as a form of group decision-making, although discussions, not always decisions, are the main purpose of conferences.– Wikipedia