Using Ruby to Fight AIDS

May 31, 2009 Melissa Dyrdahl

In August of 2008, Jacqui Maher visited Baobab Health in Lilongwe, Malawi. Baobab is a dedicated group of programmers, clinicians and administrators developing public health and patient data administration systems. They use a variety of hardware and software technologies, but their main applications are written in Ruby on Rails.

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