Dev Team Culture

A day in the life of a healthcare developer attempting to use Redox

December 17, 2018

Today, I’m building a simple patient demographics web application using C# .NET, MVC5, and Web API 2.0. All…

Pager anti-patterns and heuristics for successfully automating pages

June 5, 2018

At Redox we have been using PagerDuty for almost the entire history of the company. The ability to automatically…

5 reasons you should send developers to HIMSS

February 26, 2018

Niko recently wrote a great article about Redox’s vision Supporting the Human Connection in Healthcare. One image stood…

Meditations on When to Start an Engineering Blog

April 7, 2017

When does your startup need an engineering blog? This question is something we’ve been wrestling with for a…

5 Things Rockstar Developers Need to Become Rockstar Healthcare Developers

August 16, 2016

  I’ve spent a lot of valuable time reading and learning how to become a rockstar developer from…

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Landing a Tech Job with Arts and Crafts

June 27, 2016

  Oh, hi. I’m Nick John. I joined Redox at the beginning of June as a Solutions Engineer.…

Explaining SOAP and REST to the BizDev team

May 15, 2016

  With all the EHRs that our engine interacts with, it’s kind of hard to keep track of…

Working remotely at Redox

May 9, 2016

  Half of the Redox team is remote. This month, I’m extremely remote –barely working from China. In…

Slacking your Lolcommits and Saving them to Google Drive

April 1, 2015

  This one is just for fun to close out the week. Lolcommits takes a snapshot with your webcam…