Devs Wanted - Veterinary Practice Management

  • Andrew Rocco

    Andrew Rocco - 2013-05-21

    I am looking for people with experience in PHP, mySQL, and database building to contribute to an open source software project that I am coordinating. My vision is an open source web-based veterinary practice management software to replace the clunky application based solutions that exist currently. I am passionate about this as I have used several veterinary practice management software packages and have been completely unsatisfied. I am also a third year veterinary student so I have an idea of what a good program looks like, I just need devs to help me implement it.

    Obviously, as an open source project, these are unpaid positions. What I can guarantee is that if we build this program, users will flock to it. Though the program itself will be free, future monetary gain may be possible through implementation of the software, including sales and installation of servers and workstations and conversion from previous practice management software to the proposed web-based application. However, customers who have the know-how will be able to download the files and install them free if they feel comfortable in doing so.

    Qualifications that are a plus:
    -PHP experience
    -mySQL experience
    -CSS experience
    -HTML experience

    I am not looking for people to come in and knock this thing out in a month. This is going to be a long term project so if you only have a few hours to donate here and there, that is absolutely fine. I am just looking for people to help propel my vision into reality.

    This thing could be huge! Please help if you can!

    You can visit the page here:

    I am happy to answer any inquiries!

    Please contact me at:

  • Anne Swedberg

    Anne Swedberg - 2015-11-19

    I would love to help! Tell me how.


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