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Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails)

at Practically Green in Boston, MA   —   Jun 29, 2014   |  
Overview
Practically Green is growing rapidly, and we're looking for experienced software engineers to help us deliver on our mission to help people live healthier and greener lives.

You love building things, especially when you can use Ruby and Rails. You believe in green, and in helping people improve their lives. You believe in profit, knowing that a sustainable business is one that's has top-notch people, products and markets. You believe in getting stuff done, quickly and smartly. You believe in automating anything you do more than twice. You are interesting, and good to spend time with.

We are a fast-growing company, run by smart, practical people. We believe that helping people live healthier and greener is a worthwhile cause, and an attractive business opportunity. We have a great sales team, and happy customers. We believe the best way to grow is to hire really good people and give them what they need to execute.
Responsibilities
You will come in and take over ownership of our Rails application, becoming the benevolent dictator for the core Practically Green application
Experience
You should know Rails and Ruby inside and out, having built at least a couple of non-trivial Rails production applications.
You should have good working knowledge of what makes a fast interface (at the html/css/js level) and underlying application (at the rails/mysql/nginx/linux level).
Skills
Ubuntu
nginx
Passenger
MySQL
Rails 3
Haml
Sass
jQuery
RabbitMQ
RSpec
Cucumber
Git
Compensation
Market + equity
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