[JOB] Medidata Solutions is looking for Ruby on Rails Developers for our Uxbridge, UK office


Join a fast-growing leader in delivering innovative technologies to
help life sciences organizations bring life-enhancing and life-saving
medical treatments to those who need them safely and quickly.

You are:
curious and not afraid to get your hands dirty
fanatical about quality
savvy about databases of all kinds, including MySql, NoSql, and
Graph databases
passionate about performance and user experience
jazzed when considering space and time characteristics of data
structures and algorithms

You want to:
work with Unix, RoR, Javascript, Chef, Cucumber, RSpec
build simple, intuitive applications
design small, isolated, highly-available, fault-tolerant, scalable
work in an agile team
write tests before you write code
constantly question, research, simplify, learn, improve
be inspired by your work and your colleagues

We are:
Medidata Solutions, a global company, with R&D centers in New York
City (Union Square), London, Tokyo, and San Francisco. Our R&D team is
comprised of Medidata employees only we outsource nothing related to
product development. We are continually questioning, researching,
learning, simplifying, and improving our platform, which is used by
over 200 life sciences companies and manages clinical trial data for
over two-million patients.

We value:
Our people. The Medidata spirit is entrepreneurial, innovative,
nimble, and collaborative. We value people who know their worth and
want to work where they are recognized and compensated accordingly. We
value people who want to work for an industry leader known for
redefining the way new drugs are brought to market through successful
clinical trials.

Contact us at:
[email protected]
or check out our open jobs at:

could It be a national position? I am brazilian, and I am looking for a

what about this?

On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 7:03 AM, MS999 [email protected] wrote:

Graph databases
write tests before you write code
over two-million patients.
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