We deliver high-fidelity software, design, and product solutions for clients across a wide spectrum of industries and needs. Recent projects include applications that: power the #1 snow sports app, enable early diagnosis of debilitating medical conditions with unprecedented
accuracy, safely transport special needs schoolchildren, keep skiers safe from avalanches, perform sophisticated geo-spatial and demographic data analysis to make important decisions about capital projects, and change the face of the sharing economy.
We are laser-focused on our clients' success while striving to perform our work in a sustainable way that makes time for professional development.
As a Senior Full Stack Ruby Developer, you'll be working with a group of project managers, producers, designers, QA analysts, and other engineers to build great software and sustainable infrastructure on behalf of our clients. You'll be responsible for contributing to the overall
technical leadership within your team and the firm as a whole.
You should join the team if you are:
● A great communicator and collaborator
● Quality focused
● Comfortable with change, as each project presents new challenges and opportunities
● Achievement oriented
As a Sr. Full Stack Ruby Developer you'll be primarily in a Ruby on Rails (RoR) environment on an BackboneJS + Rails + MySQL Stack.
In this role you will:
● Participate in technical design and systems architecture across services and applications
● Deliver highly available business critical systems
● Contribute to process improvement and quality standards
● Work with a world-class team both in-office and remote
● 5+ years experience in a senior developer or architect role; Ideally, you have delivered business critical software to large enterprises
● Experience with Ruby on Rails Framework
● Good understanding of the syntax of Ruby and its nuances
● Experience database architecture (MySQL)
● Experience developing and integrating RESTful APIs
Nice to have, not required:
● Experience with Amazon Web Services (EC2, RDS, S3, and Route53)