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Senior Ruby on Rails Developer

at HI Response International in Burlingame, CA   —   Apr 12, 2014   |  
Overview
In this role you will work directly with the company’s co-Founder and CTO, a 5 + year RoR veteran himself and co-author of RubyAMF.
Responsibilities
The company is looking for someone with a very high standard of code quality and code practices. In this position you will help build and lead a team that will own all major parts of the code base and architecture of the site, implement healthy code development processes, and also do hands on development.
Experience
5 + years professional development experience, understanding of MVC.
Ruby web framework (Rails, Merb, Sinatra) experience
Unit testing (TestUnit, RSpec) experience
Automated integration testing (Cucumber, Webrat, Capybara, Selenium) experience
Rich browser-based development (JavaScript, jQuery, HTML, CSS) experience.
Obsessively strives to create the most modular, concise and maintainable code possible – beautiful code to you doesn’t mean pretty syntax highlighting.
Experience working on Agile teams (pair programming, refactoring, story writing and estimation).
Skills
Knowledge or interest in EC2, S3 and new server technologies.
Being a passionate, driven, high achiever that inspires everyone to excellence.
Extremely hard working – willingness to make this job a priority in your life.
Enjoyment of a diverse community of individuals who are team-oriented, work hard, and play hard.
Education
• Bachelors in Computer Science or technical/quantitative equivalent required;. Masters degree a plus
Compensation
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