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FundingLess than 250K USD
Employees4
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeNo
TelecommuteNegotiable
IndustryWeb 2.0, Consumer, Entertainment, Social Networking
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Lead Ruby/Rails Developer

at Evitca in Shhhh...   —   Jul 03, 2014   |  
Kristian BouwMike KeungAmy BanferKyle Squizzato
Overview
Our team is currently developing an online fitness platform and we are looking for developers who are interested in helping realize the vision. The platform focuses on developing interconnected applications and incorporating social networking aspects.

The role would be to lead development of the concepts using Ruby on Rails but individuals are also expected to play a major role in defining the company strategy and concept implementation. We want developers who are enthusiastic in the computer science field or enthusiastic about fitness. Developers would gain equity in the company.

If interested, please contact me at kristian.bouw@evitca.com with a portfolio of your work and resume.
Experience
Significant experience with RoR projects/web development
Experience with agile/scrum development processes
Have lead development teams before
Ability to work in a small, geographically-distributed team using collaboration tools (Skype, IM, email, mingle)
Must be detail-oriented and thorough in designing, coding and testing
Must be able to provide and explain code samples of previous work
Test Driven Development
Skills
Broad skill-set including Ruby on Rails, MySQL, CSS, HTML/XHTML and Javascript
Excellent communication, presentation and written skills
Keen eye for design
Education
3+ years of software engineering and web expertise with BS in Computer Science or Equivalent
Compensation
Equity in the Company
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