JOBS: Looking for RoR developers to work on enterprise website in Gibraltar


#1

Hi

We have just completed the first phase of replacing our client’s
betting and gaming website with a new version written in Ruby on
Rails. You can see this at http://casino.victorchandler.com/vccasino.
We are using Ruby 1.8.6, Rails 2.0.2, Apache, Mongrel, HAProxy,
Memcache and MySQL. The web site talks to application tier (written
in Java) using XML-RPC and JSON services.

We consider this project to be multi-lingual, multi-currency, multi-
timezone, multi-skin, CMS-driven, Web 2.0 and a good example of how
Ruby on Rails can be used in the “enterprise”.

We are looking to build a team that is based in Gibraltar to continue
development of this site, both for this client and for others.
Applicants should be pragmatic and happy working in all parts of the
application stack. You will be joining a small team that is
technology-centric and focused on delivering solutions rather than
sitting in meetings all day.

If you think you would enjoy working in our team, please contact me on
removed_email_address@domain.invalid. LVS, established in 1992, is a software house
based in London and Gibraltar (http://www.lvs.co.uk).

Best wishes

Simon


#2

If this job can remote from the other country… I’ll join., :frowning:

On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 1:47 AM, Swordfish removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

We consider this project to be multi-lingual, multi-currency, multi-
If you think you would enjoy working in our team, please contact me on
removed_email_address@domain.invalid. LVS, established in 1992, is a software house
based in London and Gibraltar (http://www.lvs.co.uk).

Best wishes

Simon


Wu You Duan


#3

On Dec 15, 3:47 am, Swordfish removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

We are using Ruby 1.8.6, Rails 2.0.2, Apache, Mongrel, HAProxy,
Memcache and MySQL. The web site talks to application tier (written
in Java) using XML-RPC and JSON services.

Hm, if you already have apache, why to make so complicated stuff
(mongrel,haproxy)? Maybe better use passenger (2.0.6 just released).


#4

We did look at Passenger but our client uses Sun Sparc machines and
there is an issue with running Passenger on them. We are using Apache
because the client uses this for all external facing web sites and we
feel HaProxy is better than mod_proxy_balancer for talking to
Mongrels.


#5

On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 6:48 AM, Swordfish removed_email_address@domain.invalid
wrote:

We did look at Passenger but our client uses Sun Sparc machines and
there is an issue with running Passenger on them.

we feel HaProxy is better than mod_proxy_balancer for talking to
Mongrels.

Do you have links to more information on either of those points?

Inquiring minds want to know :slight_smile:


Hassan S. ------------------------ removed_email_address@domain.invalid