Rails Engineer for founding member role (SFBay)

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Andy Na, Jan 4, 2011.

  1. Andy Na

    Andy Na Guest

    Started less than 6 months ago and and generated over $1million in Rev
    within the first 3 months.

    SF Bay ground level start-up seeks a Ruby Engineer.

    Looking for an extremely well versed Ruby expert to round out our
    founding team. Need a some experts to architect a set of widgets that
    will live on many high profile websites (TechCrunch being one of them)
    as well as many other big name sites that are being kept quiet for the
    moment. 1500 customer inquiries the first month of business and project
    Billion+ pages views per month going into 2011.

    This candidate will be one of the team=E2=80=99s first Ruby engineers, so=

    responsibilities would include hiring other engineers as well. Fairly
    important role in the whole scheme of things.

    (Competitive salary and very generous on equity)

    The start-up was recently founded in the later half of 2010 with close
    to $3 Million in Series A funding. Off to an amazing start. Team of
    advisors includes execs from 2 of the biggest social media firms in the
    bay as well as other industry experts. Investors include a Chief
    Executive from eBay, senior executives from PayPal, and some early
    investors from one of the most highly successful internet companies in
    the world. The company is fresh on the scene and already boasts an
    impressive list of clients.

    We'll be impressed if you've
    =E2=80=A2 Built web applications using Rails, Sinatra, or other framewor=
    =E2=80=A2 Brought sanity to development by following TDD/BDD using tools=
    Rspec and Cucumber
    =E2=80=A2 Optimized mysql or played with NoSQL storage solutions
    =E2=80=A2 Wrestled with caching using Memcached, Varnish, or other optio=
    =E2=80=A2 Tamed the Frontend using Javascript, CSS, and HTML(5)
    =E2=80=A2 Seen the future and have experience with computing in infamous=

    =E2=80=A2 Looked up acronyms such as HTML, XML, CSS, AJAX, REST, HTTP, T=

    andy (at) hhinc dot com

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    Andy Na, Jan 4, 2011
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