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Senior Ruby On Rails Developer

at AMA Exec Search in UK   —   Apr 08, 2014   |  
Overview
My client, a leading ESN (enterprise Social network) believes that the things that separate a great engineer from a merely adequate one are passions and goals, character and personality, not specific technical skills. Engineering exists to move the business forward. They expect all employees to speak openly about their ideas, their concerns, and their contributions. Everyone has a voice in what they build and they expect them to use it.

Currently seeking talented engineers to join their Rails team, you'll be expected to build stable, scalable, and robust features which help their users get their job done more efficiently. The Rails team works on public-facing applications and services almost exclusively. They build the site and APIs which serve millions of active users (and growing) every day. They spend a lot of time thinking about things like internationalization, caching strategies, A/B testing, and the product as a whole.
Responsibilities
Help build and maintain the company's Rails applications.
Integrate our Rails apps with back-end services.
Identify scaling bottlenecks and propose solutions.
Research, test, benchmark and evaluate new technology.
Solve the types of mysteries which only occur at high scale.
Skills
Ruby (including Rails)
Experience building scalable applications
Other tools we use:
Memcached
Unicorn & Nginx
PostgreSQL
RabbitMQ
Git
Java (including Jersey)
Compensation
Very Competitive plus great benefits
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