Rob majored in economics in college, but he took computer science classes on the side. He attended the same university as the company’s future co-founders, and one day received a text from them asking if he’d be interested in joining 4G Clinical. Rob was happy at his then-current employer—and not looking to leave—but agreed to hear the pitch. By the end of the conversation, Rob was all-in, gave his notice at work, and hasn’t looked back since.
Rob’s team is responsible for enabling the agile development environment at 4G Clinical, as well as ensuring all 4G systems—development, testing, production, productivity, and operations—are functional, practical, integrated, and as automated as possible. Rob and his team start each day with a stand-up meeting to review current tasks with a problem-solving mindset and a focus on collaboration.
“I really enjoy how much we learn every day. All the technology we use here is very cutting-edge, so it’s exciting to be leading in of a lot of things.”
“The mission statement is one of things that really drew me to 4G initially. As a technical resource, it’s pretty rare to be able to help such a noble mission, trying to help cure diseases quicker. Normally the computer guys don’t do anything like that.”