Can digital technology help fill the medical education gap? The World Health Assembly in May 2018 agreed on a digital health resolution that urged member states to prioritize the “development, evaluation, implementation, scale up and greater utilization of digital technologies as a means of promoting equitable, affordable and universal access to health for all.”
Abinash Adhikari is from Nepal and is currently doing a Masters in Information Systems and Technology from Claremont Graduate Univesity, California. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Waseda University, Tokyo and worked at Rakuten in Tokyo as a full-stack web application engineer during his early career.
Abinash has hands-on experience in building distributed systems using REST web APIs and managing web servers and IT infrastructure. He brings industry-standard expertise and knowledge in all aspects of web technologies like frontend, backend and server deployments to Techies Without Borders projects. He is highly self-motivated and always looking to hone new skills and take on new challenges. We welcome Abinash to the TWB IT team.
Who Knew? A full stack developer is a web developer or engineer who works with both the front and back ends of a website or application—meaning they can tackle projects that involve databases, building user-facing websites, or even work with clients during the planning phase of projects.