Your goal will be to work on the modernization of REGGI, transitioning it from its outdated PowerBuilder framework into a more modern format. This should be done while still keeping most of its current functionalities in tact. The ultimate goal is to have a working application that American Red Cross workers can use by the end of the ten-week quarter.
To aid you in these tasks, the ARC will provide you with a copy of the REGGI application, the PowerBuilder Source Code, and an environment to run REGGI on your local environments. The milestones for you to strive for are as follows:
Level 3: Milestone 3 is straightforward: Code up REGGI! After settling on final design plans with the ARC, your task for the remainder of the quarter is to rebuild REGGI in whatever new language/framework you decided in Milestone 2. In essence, your goal is to rewrite the Powerbuilder code for REGGI in your new environment, so a lot of this milestone involves looking at the PowerBuilder interaction/code and then rewriting it in your new application. As you work through this process, make sure to keep documentation of how to navigate your newly created application so that the ARC can use it when you are done.
- C#/.NET experience or
- Web Development skills
- Any previous work which would demonstrate your skills, which we can take a look into
- Ability to adapt to new environments quickly (especially when it comes to understanding new coding frameworks)
- Hard-working mentality
Feel free to reach out to us, in case of any queries whatsoever. The ARC, its affiliated members, the Rare Blood Donors of the world and the patients who depend on them extend their deepest thanks for your assistance in this project.