20. February 2012 13:18
HDRI, Inc. is a privately owned corporation based in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1986 with a mission of improving the lives of America's veterans through technically superior information systems with a high degree of professionalism and quality. We constantly strive to exceed our clients' expectations in all aspects of the software development lifecycle.
HDRI has provided software development services to VA since 1995, with a primary focus for the past 9 years on veteran claim processing applications. HDRI has a proven record of success working in partnership with veterans to take on new opportunities, build excellent solutions, and solve problems for the nations' veterans.
To find out more about HDRI call us at (512) 797-4759
20. February 2012 13:12
Helping to improve the lives of veterans by providing world class software services which navigate them through maze of medical claim processing.
We provide custom software development and integration services for the federal government and focus primarily on veteran medical claims processing initiatives.
- HDRI software engineers have developed an extensive body of significant software for the veteran and possess extraordinary knowledge of the system design and extremely complex code comprising these systems.
- HDRI is unsurpassed in the depth and quality of their .NET software technical strength, including ASP.NET, ASP.Net MVC, SQL Server, XML Web Services, NServiceBus, WCF, NHibernate, and PEGA BPM.
- HDRI has committed its entire engineering efforts on the veteran for the past 5 years, a level of commitment unsurpassed by any other software engineering firm.
- HDRI consistently applies creativity and focus on understanding the issues that confront the veteran, and proposes and implements solutions to address those issues.
20. February 2012 10:32
Looking for software engineers with 5+ years software development experience (with a college degree) or 7+ years without a degree. You will be working along with a great team of prorgammers developing software solutions for government health care. We are a dynamic company using the latest technologies and software methodologies, and are looking for highly motivated, self-starting individuals.
You'll be learning and using .Net Framework (4.0), C , ASP.Net, WCF, Entity Framework (4.0), NServiceBus, XML technologies, SOA, IoC, Agile, SQL Server, TFS, and much more.
Participate in design and development of an enterprise intranet accounting, administrative, and claims processing system.
- Software design and development in a collaborative environment
- Creation of intranet and web based application modules written in C#/ASP.Net
- Addition of automated services utilizing C# in coordination with Windows services.
- Automated unit testing
- Build responsibilities and automation
- Collaboration in agile design sessions with customers and team members
- Performance and load testing
- C# 5 years
- ASP.Net 5 years
- SQL Server 4 years
- .Net-based Reporting of some kind
- NUnit, MSTest, or other .Net unit testing framework
- Understanding of IOC/Dependency Injection
- Windows Services Development
- Team Foundation Server
19. May 2011 16:14
Eric Swann landed in Austin in 1989 to attend UT Austin and, like many others, decided to stay. Eric graduated from UT with a degree in Molecular Biology but quickly became interested in the emerging capabilities of the web.
Eric didn't pursue professional software development until the mid 90's and has found both a career and a passion. Eric cut his teeth creating web sites and writing VB applications, but transitioned to .Net while 1.0 was still in beta. Since that time, Eric has focused on the .Net platform and it's capability to build distributed web-based applications. Eric earned an MCSD in Visual Basic.Net, but transitioned to C# at the first opportunity and hasn't looked back.
Some of Eric's projects include leading several B2B and B2C commercial web applications including the following:
In addtion, amongst other projects, Eric has produced data warehousing solutions for major corporations, and accounting and claims-processing systems for major governmental entities. Eric is a proud employee of HDRI and is constantly seeking to expand our available business and technical capabilities.
Outside of work, Eric enjoys all things exertive, from running to hiking to skating and cycling. In addition Eric has been a volunteer for several years with many causes, including Big Brothers Big Sisters and Habitat for Humanity. Eric also created the website of the Austin Childrens Museum pro bono and orchestrated it's hosting by one of his employers.
17. May 2011 11:51
PMAS is the Department of Veteran Affairs' program management and accountability system. Contact us to find out how to combine agile software development methodologies with PMAS projects.
12. May 2011 09:58
30 years professional software engineering experience.
Following graduation from the University of Virginia, Mr. Fairorth worked for S.W.I.F.T. and Atlantic Research prior to founding HDRI in 1986. HDRI provided software engineering services to IBM, GTE Spacenet, and Hikimian Labs prior to making the decision to focus on the concerns of America's Veterans and the Department of Veterans Affairs in 1994. For the past 17 years Mr. Fairorth, as President of HDRI, has been the directing the activities of a team of engineers at the VA working on a number of very successful projects.
8. May 2011 19:00
How does TFS and the rest of the MS ALM fare when faced with the rigors of the Federal Government?
3. May 2011 20:17
HDRI is looking for several development positions
Contact us for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org
To get more information, check out the Current Openings in the "About Us" section of the site.
3. May 2011 16:09
NServiceBus uses loosely coupled communications that depend on a contract between a publisher and a subscriber. The contract is independent of either implementation and is based on one or more standard .Net class interfaces. NServiceBus supports both publish/subscribe (pub-sub) and request/response messaging, but both messaging approaches occur in an asynchronous and disconnected manner. In short, the calling application does not block after sending a message, it is a fire and forget mechanism. In the case of pub-sub, the publisher does not expect a response; it is simply notifying subscribers of a system event. This is the preferred mechanism of communication using NSB.
1. May 2011 17:55
HDRI has just launched a new website, including this blog. We'd like to say thanks for reviewing our blog and we hope to have many interesting articles to follow.