Yes. I had some matlab programming in school, then python and java prior to moving to flutter.
Knowing your strengths. I was able to develop a good prototype and get far with it, but I knew in order to help others better I needed to bring in some contract help for certain parts.
We create applications and cultures that lead to learning. No one should experience the thought that they did not equip their team well when a preventable disaster strikes.
Trello - Great organization for working and sharing progress with remote teams. Keep Notes - Great for recording book notes and keeping them organized.
About one year.
The lack of communication in remote work environments is incredible. When an incident happens on a site, most companies do a poor job of even sharing the incident within their company, much less with anyone else in the industry. This lack of knowledge creates the unacceptable environment that allows the repeating of preventable accidents.
Our app first off promotes the sharing of incidents by allowing the user to submit incidents anonymously. Many people dislike sharing their mistakes, so this encourages sharing without a hit to the pride. Our app has a great grading and filter system. Many lessons learned databases struggle with the black hole of too many lessons when they are not all created equal. Our grading allows moderators to rank which lessons are the best to keep users from being drowned in too much data.
The oilfield is just one of many dangerous industries. If we can find our niche here, we can then expand into other markets to encourage better sharing of best practices both for efficiency and more importantly safety. In the future we want our app to listen to our users and see what they want, from creating small procedure guides that they can edit, to deeper categories in their workplace.
Give us feedback! It is certainly not perfect, and we are willing to listen to make it better. If your industry struggles with a lack of sharing knowledge reach out and we can see how to help!
A platform to collaborate with oilfield workers to improve safety and best practices across the field. Learn from past mistakes made by others, and prevent these in any oilfield workplace.
Date: June 8, 2020
Developer: Dillon C Bloodworth
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