Oxalates

An app that tracks oxalate consumption information

deployed

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Open source. Code available here.

Oxalates icon

Oxalates accepts input of foods and their oxalate content. It allows a visitor to search for those foods and see their content and category based on serving size.

When my wife was diagnosed with calcium oxalate kidney stones, we started thinking about how to manage her diet. She was able to find information on the oxalate content of many foods through various sources, but needed a place to track all of that and find it on-demand. This application allows her to manage that information and view it whenever she likes on her phone.

Oxalates is a Ruby on Rails server application. There will probably be an iOS client eventually.

Projects

Contracted

  1. 1Life

    Electronic medical record and provider application for One Medical

     – present

  2. My One

    Patient web application for One Medical

     – present

  3. Pivotal Cloud Ops

    Operations for the publicly-accessible Pivotal deployment of Cloud Foundry

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  4. BOSH

    An open source tool chain for release engineering, deployment and lifecycle management of large scale distributed services

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  5. Cerner Millennium+

    A new platform for electronic medical software

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  6. Cerner Chart Search

    Semantic search of provider notes in medical records

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  7. Mail Funhouse

    Mock SMTP server for catching mail

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  8. Cerner Store

    Online storefront for Cerner clients to purchase from and publish to

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Personal

  1. Water Wars

    Water Consumption Tracking and Competition

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  2. Oxalates

    An app that tracks oxalate consumption information

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Retired

  1. Photo Albums

    Yet another photo storage application, but this one does exactly what we want.

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  2. Git Push for iOS

    Push changes to a Github repository from iOS

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  3. Web Queue

    Better Netflix queue management on any device

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  4. Read Link Later

    Instapaper links on Twitter.com

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