Ruby on Rails Programmer - Austin, TX

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Heather Sepulveda, Oct 21, 2008.

  1. Ruby on Rails Programmer - Otherinbox
    OtherInbox is looking to hire an experienced Ruby On Rails Programmer to
    join our team. We are looking for a highly motivated, goal-oriented
    individual who will be responsible for designing, building and
    maintaining sections of the product. The successful candidate should be
    a flexible, highly independent worker as well as an excellent team
    player, and able to work efficiently under tight deadlines. All ROR
    programmers get paid to attend the Lone Star Ruby Conference in Austin
    and the O'Reilly RailsConf in Portland. We're committed to being the
    best place for Ruby on Rails Programmers to work in Austin.

    Responsibilities
    • Design, build and maintain Ruby On Rails code for a consumer web
    service
    • Deploy on Amazon Web Services including EC2, S3, SQS
    • Implementation of upgrades, patches, code releases, and database
    changes
    • Produce high quality, well-documented code
    • Be part of a team and create a culture that attracts the best of the
    best
    • Use the product yourself and help make it better

    Requirements
    • BS or equivalent experience
    • At least one year Ruby On Rails experience
    • Ability to work in an Agile, Scrum, XP environment
    • Good understanding of HTML, CSS and AJAX
    • Good understanding of Internet protocols such as TCP/IP, DNS, SMTP,
    HTTP, POP, IMAP, MIME
    • Good understanding of Web-based technology as it relates to the
    web-hosted model of software delivery
    • Hands-on experience working with a MySQL or SQL Server database, SQL
    programming
    • Excellent organization and communication skills

    About OtherInbox
    OtherInbox is an Austin-based start-up founded by serial entrepreneur
    and email-marketing guru Joshua Baer. OtherInbox is the cure for email
    overload - it provides consumers with a free email account that
    automatically organizes newsletters, social networking updates, coupons
    and receipts from online purchases so that its easy to find the most
    interesting things and ignore the rest. OtherInbox shows the consumer
    who is really responsible for sending them spam and gives them a
    powerful new Block button to stop it once and for all. OtherInbox
    launched publicly in September 2008 at TechCrunch50.

    To apply for this position
    Please send your resume to . No phone calls,
    please. Please include the job title “Ruby On Rails†in the subject line
    of your email. Qualified applicants will be responded to as quickly as
    possible.
    --
    Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
    Heather Sepulveda, Oct 21, 2008
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