Ruby on Rails Developer (m/f)

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Ruby on Rails Developer (m/f)

Beitragvon megberlin am 23.11.2012, 10:02

Mobile Event Guide is looking for a Ruby on Rails developer who can integrate their knowledge of RoR with dynamic web applications that require updates, clean architecture, and clear code. If you have a passion for Rails 2.x/3.x, Sinatra, Rack and Git/Github, and Capistrano and are dedicated to building dynamic web applications that will revolutionize the future of B2B communications (while doing so in the heart of Europe’s technological and cultural playground), please have a look at our developer position.

- As part of an experienced team of developers and designers, you will be responsible for the
development of our backend- and automation-components
- Design new technology concepts and realize them
- Responsibility for multiple different projects
- Keep up-to-date on current trends

- A proven experience and a very good knowledge in development of Ruby applications
- Team player and passionate for new technologies
- Able to work with Rails 2.x/3.x, Sinatra, Rack and Git/Github, Capistrano
- Experienced in dealing with JS/CoffeeScript, Haml, Sass
- Able to work with databases like PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Couchbase
- Understanding in Ruby productive systems with Redis, Memcached, Nginx, Passenger,Unicorn, Thin
- Enthusiastic about pragmatic programming with preference for exclusive and uncomplicated solutions
- The ability to integrate yourself in an open-minded and high motivated team
- Perfect English skills

We offer:
- The ability to work with the top movers and shakers in the industry
- Develop interactive applications that will help to shape and change the future of communication technologies
- A dynamic start-up that is backed with solid funding

If you're interested, send your resume and cover letter (all in PDF or link) to!

Please give us a few information regarding successful projects and details of your salary expectations.
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