I don’t make it a point to reference external job postings via my blog, but this one is special. You see, I spent two years working with the Robertson Research Institute (RRI) and Sagestone (now NuSoft Solutions, Inc.) to develop a cutting-edge medical diagnostic system that was designed to help prevent death from misdiagnosis in rural areas and developing countries. Not only does the NxOpinion project have a lot of heart and the opportunity to truly change the world, but it represents a well architected and executed collection of technologies that offer an incredible challenge and opportunity for any developer. The “brain” of the system was developed with the help of Microsoft Research and represents a fascinating chunk of code. As a bonus, you’d get to work side-by-side with Rob Cecil, RRI’s CTO, one of the strongest architects/developers I’ve had the pleasure to work with in my 26+ years of software development…definitely a great learning experience. If you’re interested, Rob Cecil’s blog post has all of the details.