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    ISC - Healthcare Software Advanced Visualization

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    Former Employee - Integration Services Consultant in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - Integration Services Consultant in Minneapolis, MN

    I worked at Vital Images


    GREAT employees, brilliant people, product that is highly accepted in the market. Toshiba has allowed for more resources for R&D without much other interference!


    Certain management should be held more accountable. Several managers use the company for their benefit and do not make decisions in the best interest of the company. Some political wrangling can detract from an exciting company and product. Single line of business without much new innovation. STILL have trouble delivering bug free software on time.

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    Spend time holding people accountable for failures especially managers. Manage R&D well. Be sure product delivered on time and without major bugs.

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Vital Images Interviews

Updated Dec 9, 2014
Updated Dec 9, 2014

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Interview Difficulty




    Software Developer Interview

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    Anonymous Employee
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    They're very heavy on interviews and weeding. First I took a skills test (I did well), then a "fit" phone interview from an HR person, then another phone interview from the hiring manager, who asked me a lot of technical questions, and one of those puzzle questions that software people sometimes like. After that, an in person interview. I'm not any good at those on the spot questions that want you to regurgitate textbook definitions of things, so I guess I didn't pass.

    Frankly I didn't feel I was a fit for a place that seems to care heavily about that kind of algorithmic thinking, but it'd be nice to have known that's really what they're looking for. The job description that came with it was essentially non-existent, the HR person could't really describe what they were doing either, and I only found out what the job was at the technical interview. Largely a waste of my, and their time.

    Places like this that want "heads down" developers need to start realizing that's what they're looking for, and start using language to describe the person they're looking for, not just a set of skills.

    Interview Questions
    • Imagine you have 2 glass balls, and a 100 story building. You only have the two balls, and you need to determine the minimum height at which the ball breaks. What's the optimum solution to minimize the number of ball drops?   View Answer
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Headquarters Minnetonka, MN
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1988
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors GE Healthcare, Terarecon

Vital Images believes that pictures are worth a thousand words. The company develops medical visualization and analysis software used primarily in clinical diagnosis and therapy planning. The firm's software applies computer graphics and image-processing technologies to data supplied by diagnostic imaging equipment including computed tomography (CT) scanners and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) devices. Vital Images' flagship product Vitrea creates two-, three-, and four-dimensional views of the human body, enabling physicians and surgeons to see internal structures and... More

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