A short story of Bootcamp at Flatiron Health

An employee’s first few weeks at a company are critical; it’s during this time that the company sets the stage for life as an engineer at Flatiron, and the employee begins to absorb the day-to-day culture of the company. It’s also when details on both sides are laid bare. On the company’s side, anything that was perhaps glamorized or obfuscated during the interview process is suddenly readily apparent. For the...

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How to Run Engineering Team Meetings (and not waste anyone’s time)

First published on hackernoon.com

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Bigger Isn't Always Better

One of the most difficult decisions we make is deciding where we’re going to spend (at least) eight hours a day, five days a week, for potentially years on end. Yet the things we weigh as deciding factors aren’t always in sync with what we actually want from a job, which is a realization that often comes too late.

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Working With Oncologists @ Flatiron Health

One of the main advantages of being an engineer at Flatiron Health is the opportunity to collaborate with talented individuals from a variety of non-technical backgrounds. For instance, the oncologists we work with provide engineers with important context for our day-to-day work and make our analyses insightful and actionable. Oncologists at Flatiron are engaged with their colleagues in traditional ways: attending standups, reviewing tickets and Google Docs to answer questions,...

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Don't Cancel The Retrospective

First published on venturebeat.com

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Hitting the Ground Running: Reviewing Code as a New Engineer

This August, I was extremely fortunate to join Flatiron as a new grad software engineer. The transition to my first full-time software engineering job out of college presented some unique challenges.

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