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Senior Ruby on Rails Developer

at Code iT in UK   —   Jul 06, 2014   |  
Overview
Senior Ruby on Rails Developer
Salary £50,000+ excellent benefits

The successful candidate will have the opportunity to use their skills and experience to produce good quality code that attempts to satisfy the most important problems at any given time.

Technologies involved in my client’s architecture: Redis, Starling, Memcached, Airbrake, Solr/Lucene, Cruisecontrol, Selenium, Chef, Git

Weekly sprint cycles with continuous deployment, allocated time to work on your own projects (Google copied this :-)), constant engagement with business users and a genuine passion to build the best products to help consumers all come together to make the company a great place to work.

My client is consistently voted the #1 place in Europe to work with Ruby on Rails. They’re growing the team and looking for engineers that can bring complementary skills, innovation, creativity and experience to an already great team.
Experience
We are looking for:
1. Energetic, enthusiastic and full of bright ideas.
2. A complete passion for Ruby on Rails. For senior positions we need you to have worked for a minimum of 2 -4 years in a commercial Ruby on Rails role. Your contributions to open source projects or private projects will gain you extra points.
3. For all but the graduate positions, you should have had exposure to working within a commercial Agile environment. That means you must be:
a. an advocate of Test Driven Development and experienced at practicing it
b. used to the benefits of working in a pairs
c. believe in small incremental changes with immediate results.
Compensation
£50,000+
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