HIMSS 2017 Debrief – FHIR Myths and Misconceptions 1

After successfully navigating my way back home, the HIMSS 2017 conference is now a fading memory of a whirlwind of events – presentations, education sessions, parties and numerous conversations – not to mention thousands of steps through the exhibit hall and beyond.  My focus, as always, for the past few […]


Innovation and Acquisition

At CES Government in Las Vegas this year, I had the privilege of speaking as part of a panel focused on the topic of “Innovation and Acquisition: the Disabling Disconnect.” The central theme was that the federal government continues to struggle with how to get out of its own way in […]


HL7 FHIR Implementer Certification…Coming Soon

This past October at the 30th Annual HL7® Plenary, Working Group Meeting and FHIR® Connectathon 14 event, I realized it was my three-year anniversary of attendance. True, that may not sound like a long time to those seasoned HL7 veterans but my focus has been and remains the HL7 FHIR […]


Best of CES 2017

I realize this is quite long for a blog post, and I apologize in advance for that. Save it for a time when you need some light reading… I made my second consecutive trip to the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this year in conjunction with the CES Government conference. […]


AEGIS DIL Nominated for ACT-IAC Award

AEGIS.net, Inc. has been selected as a finalist for the American Council for Technology – Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Igniting Innovation 2017 Showcase for our Developers Integration Lab.  The Developers Integration Lab (DIL) was selected as a finalist from over 100 submissions by a panel of government and industry evaluators.  ACT-IAC invited […]


Book Review: It’s All Upside Down

I had the opportunity last year to do something I had never done before – review and critique a book as it was in development. The book is called, “It’s All Upside Down” written by Paul McMahon, a true pioneer in the software engineering world. Given his impressive track record […]


Will the Robots Hire Us?

Earlier this month I attended the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas leading up to CES Government, which I believe is the best event of the year bringing government and industry executives together for collaboration. I plan to write another post focused on cool tech I saw at CES, but […]


AEGIS: The Movie

We at AEGIS were so proud to win the inaugural Capability Challenge award from the CMMI Institute earlier this year. Now that it’s time to promote next year’s competition, the Institute has posted a very nice overview of AEGIS. The most exciting part, for us, is the video they published, […]


AEGIS Test Platform is Patent of the Year Finalist

The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) has announced that the AEGIS Developers Integration Lab (DIL) is one of four contenders for Patent of the Year. The award winner will be announced at NVTC’s Annual TechCelebration Banquet on Oct. 24.


How to Save Money on Interoperability

Saddleback Leather Company makes some pretty high quality leather bags/cases and other products (disclaimer: I neither own stock in the company nor any of their products; however, I am partial to the Thin Briefcase, size medium, color black and my birthday is coming up).  Not only do they make good […]