Windows or Mac ?

Posted by awsgall @awsgall, Feb 26 8:38pm

Do programmers get Macbooks or Windows machines?

I got a windows machine. What department are you programming in?

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I'll be joining one of the teams in the Cloud Platform Services Divison. What about you?

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I'm be joining the Integration team using Cloverleaf and HL7. Are you working on site? I am full time remote.

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Awesome! I'll be remote too

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That's great!! Did you have to go to Rochester for your HR appt and drug test yet? When do you start? What kind of language do you program in for Cloud services?

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That's great!! Did you have to go to Rochester for your HR appt and drug test yet? When do you start? What kind of language do you program in for Cloud services?

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I'll be going to Rochester next week, I start on 29th March, you? I'll be using Python, a bit of R, and Java. What about you?
Also, did they give you a monitor, keyboard etc?

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Cloverleaf is written mostly in TCL on Unix.. but there is xlate code that is done in the configuration. It's pretty fun. I am told they have over 1,000 interfaces which is crazy. Most large hospitals have about 300.

They did offer to send me a monitor but I declined… cause I have my own that I can hook up. They sent me a laptop. They didn't ask about a keyboard. Last week my manager sent me the links to get my email and VPN working

Let me know if you have any questions about your appointments in Rochester. Just so you know… when you have the POPA meeting for the health screening.. you then have to go to a different building to get a blood test for the drug screening. They are separate appointments. They don't tell you that in the email. I had to rush through them to catch my flight back home. So just an FYI… I know they say the POPA exam is like 15 minutes, but the two of them together is more like 90min.

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