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Welcome New Hire,
Congratulations and welcome (insert your name here). This post is designed to help you get you started and to serve as a checklist as you setup your RIMdev identity. We will break this post down into three sections: Frameworks, Applications, and Services.
Before getting started, we work with many technology stacks but primarily focus on the .NET Framework stack. We believe that it is up to the developer to choose how they would like to be productive, without imposing their personal tool choices on others. We also have a mixture of operating systems within our team (Windows and macOS), and you are more than welcome to choose the one suitable for you. I will delineate which items are required to be productive, and which ones are suggestions.
The major frameworks we use include:
There are subset frameworks of the frameworks mentioned above, like Angular, Jekyll, Vue.js, ASP.NET MVC, but those are handled at the project level.
Applications are the supporting cast to your rising star.
You may need some or all following accounts to interact with the team and the business stakeholders.
Success is not guaranteed, but installing the following frameworks, applications, and services will ensure you have the best shot. Feel free to lean on your teammates and ask questions. We are a team, and we’re glad to have you as a member (insert your name here).