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Funding1M-5M USD
Employees10
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FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNo
IndustrySaaS, Software, Enterprise, Open Source, Infrastructure
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Full Stack Ruby Developer - Transform Medicine

at Curoverse, Inc. in MA 02210   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Overview
Curoverse is building a distributed platform managing and analyzing exascale genomic and biomedical data sets. All the software we develop is free and open source. Our systems will be deployed in hospitals and universities around the world to help treat diseases like cancer.

Check out our code and work at the Arvados open source project (http://arvardos.org).

We're looking for exceptional full stack developers with experience in HTML, CSS, Ruby or Python, and big data technologies. We're also building components in Google Go.

In this role you'll work with a small, self-organized team of experienced software developers on a wide range of web application development and distributed systems computing problems. You’ll be regularly challenged with new technical problems as you work from solving UX problems to building backend systems.
Experience
Experience with relational and NoSQL databases
Extensive experience programming client/server APIs
Experience building production systems with Ruby on Rails
Python and/or Go experience is welcome
Skills
Solid knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, AJAX, and HTML5
Ability to draft and visually communicate design concepts
Attention to detail and commitment to quality
Education
Some computer science training is ideal
Compensation
We offer competitive salaries, stock options, health/dental/vision, flexible time off, and other benefits you’d expect from a more established company.
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