UI Superhero Story: Mike Palgon

ctodx
11 February 2015

A couple of months ago, our videographer, Jeff Cosby, went to interview Mike Palgon about his experience with DevExpress ASP.NET controls in creating a website for an organization that helps cancer survivors. Here’s Jeff’s story:

 

UISuperhero - Mike Paglon

Meet Mike Palgon. He’s a web developer and long-time customer of DevExpress, and he works for HIMformatics, a Healthcare Information Technology consulting firm. We wrote up a case study on Mike a few years back and we recently caught up with him in Atlanta to check out a website he redesigned using DevExpress ASP.NET. The website is cancersurvivorlink.org and it serves three main functions. First, it’s a place for people to go learn about childhood cancer survivorship. It has a deep knowledgebase along with hundreds of links for users to find out everything from treatment to other support programs. Second, it allows users to upload and store their health documents, so they’re kept safe and in one central location. And finally, it allows users to share those documents with their healthcare providers in order to get the best possible care moving forward. Mike used our ASP.NET suite of controls to help with functionality and development time.

Watch this video to learn more about how the website and how Mike built it.

Join us in helping these organizations move forward with a donation today!

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Children's Healthcare of Atlanta is a not-for-profit organization that provides specialized care to kids from all walks of life.

CURE Childhood Cancer CURE Childhood Cancer is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research and through support of patients and their families. (See more here.)

Camp Sunshine Camp Sunshine provides programs throughout the year to give children with cancer the opportunity to enjoy normal activities like swimming, horseback riding, arts and crafts, and making friends!

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