Controversial opinion; I think anyone can be "productive" on day one by finding and fixing holes in the setup documentation, the wiki, the install scripts.
Productive doesn't mean writing code. You're adding value by following setup steps and bringing them up to date, and new hires are the best placed people to update docs that don't make sense!
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