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Crazy-Smart Ruby Developer

at Shop It To Me in San Francisco, CA   —   Jul 14, 2014   |  
Are you a crazy-good developer who is proficient in Ruby, loves tough challenges, working with an all-star team and is looking to help build the next big thing? Have you had that epiphany when you finally get 'metaprogramming'?

Shop It To Me, a small (< 10 employees) hot startup in the online shopping space and recently described by Sara Lacy at Business Week as the "Twitter of Shopping Applications" without the technical glitches, has just opened up a few spots for super-smart developers to help us build and architect the next generation shopping personalization engine.

You'll be working in a fun environment with an all-star team which includes graduates from Harvard and Berkeley and with backgrounds from Tell Me, Microsoft and Gap Inc...

We are limiting space to 1-2 top-tier developers right now and we are picky, so if you are interested, please check your requirements and follow the instructions below.

For more information, please go to

No recruiters or third-parties, please!
Thorough knowledge of Ruby and Ruby On Rails
Solid understanding of object oriented design and patterns
Understands web development languages and protocols (HTTP, HTML, CSS, AJAX, Javascript)
Able to write scalable SQL
Enjoys working on a small, quick-moving team of high quality.
Takes pride in the quality of his/her work and the work of his/her team.
Considered a plus:
Experience with capistrano, sphinx, god (the monitoring tool, not the deity), puppet.
Java knowledge and experience
Linux knowledge
SMTP, spam filtering, DomainKeys, and/or postfix
Experience and desire to scale a web/email service
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