Tuesday, May 31, 2011

The WoundVision Solution Video


WoundVision put together this great video.  I just wanted to share.  A lot of people ask me about where I work.  Here’s the super bowl commercial version of WoundVision.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

What’s on my Zune?

The other day in front of about 100 of my closest friends, I was asked about what podcasts I listen to.  I was at the monthly IndyNDA meeting.  I drew a complete blank.  My Zune was in the car.  So here is what is currently synced.



  • .NET Rocks! - .NET Rocks! is a weekly talk show for anyone interested in programming on the Microsoft .NET platform. The shows range from introductory information to hardcore geekiness.
  • Deep Fried Bytes - Deep Fried Bytes is an audio talk show with a Southern flavor hosted by technologists and developers Keith Elder and Chris Woodruff. The show discusses a wide range of topics including application development, operating systems and technology in general. Anything is fair game if it plugs into the wall or takes a battery.
  • The Smackdown - Developer Smackdown was started in early 2009 by Clark Sell and Mark Nichols. They published our first show that June and have tried to publish at least 2 shows a month since. To date they have seen positive growth quarter over quarter.
  • The Thirsty Developer - A podcast with Microsoft Developer Evangelist, Dave Bost and Clark Sell.
  • This Developer’s Life – A podcast where stories are told about things technical and not so technical.  It’s hosted by Rob Conery and Scott Hanselman.


You’ll also notice This American Life.  It’s not a developer podcast but still entertaining.  I try to keep myself well rounded but stay away from all the politics that are in so many podcasts these days.


I didn’t write the descriptions for these podcasts.  Like a script junkie, I copied and pasted them from Bing.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

We're looking for a full-time Web Developer








Apply here: http://cb.com/WoundVisionJob




Searching for dynamic, team oriented, software engineers who would like to be a part of a groundbreaking healthcare company. WoundVision is a startup healthcare IT company that is introducing new wound care technology that will assist facilities with early wound detection and intervention. This position will be helping to build and continually improve the WoundVision iNSIGHT software that will be used in hospitals, nursing homes, LTAC facilities, and homecare.




  • 5+ years overall experience
  • team experience developing large scale data driven commercial Internet web sites using Microsoft technologies
  • Require C# in ASP.Net/IIS environment (.Net 3.5/4.0)
  • Must have strong SQL skills, LINQ experience, and be familiar with the MS SQL Server environment
  • Strong browser side skills including JavaScript, JQuery, Silverlight, XML, etc.
  • Production experience with Telerik RadControls (ASP.Net, AJAX, Reports)
  • Familiar with the Team Foundation Server environment
  • Experience with web services
  • Experience developing medical software a big plus