If you're a clinician there is no doubt that you've spotted a problem and thought of a possible solution. This is having an idea, but how much is it worth? In my previous posts, I have been a little flat with the value of ideas, I've generally said that they are not worth much. If … Continue reading How much is your idea worth?
Bryan Podcast: Episode 2
This is a first of a series where I and Nathan Blake answer questions and generally talk about med tech and clinical innovation in a relaxed fashion. Warning! The podcast is up to an hour long, is tangential and also contains personal anecdotes and light politics. As opposed to the inspirational clinicians section that tries … Continue reading Bryan Podcast: Episode 2
One small step for most, one giant leap for me!
After two long hours communicating over skype with a friend of a friend who is a developer in Budapest we finally managed to upload the beta test of our site on the port : http://126.96.36.199:61008/ . There is still much more to do before it becomes mildly useful such as populating the backend database with providers … Continue reading One small step for most, one giant leap for me!
Have an idea? Stop thinking and start doing!
We finally have a basic search function coded!! Ok, it's not amazing, we can search through our database of pulling objects based on category and display the objects in order with other objects that are inherited. The trick now is to build a drop down form into the page for users to make their own queries. I … Continue reading Have an idea? Stop thinking and start doing!
Freedom…… it’s addictive
Here we are again, meeting in Soho. Shubz has developed the front end of the landing page with an interest form. I’ve developed the data models for the back end of the site. Courses, providers, and categories all have to interact with each other and inherit attributes. The only issue I have now is welding … Continue reading Freedom…… it’s addictive
Where are we going in life?
When it comes to tech meetings I just love Soho. The lively streets are slightly frayed at the edges and the whole neighborhood oozes an optimistic, none pretentious energy. One street sports trendy coffee shops whilst the next hosts drug dealers who are so blatant at their trade, I’m shocked they’re not arrested within minutes. … Continue reading Where are we going in life?