Need to hire RoR programmers

I have 2 decently large projects that I need to hire someone for. I need
to find competent/experienced programmers in RoR. Any idea where I can
start with this?

Thanks for your help!

So where are you from?

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Ben J. <

trail . wrote:

So where are you from?

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:33 AM, Ben J. <

I live in the NY / NJ area, but location is not a requirement. Working
from home (or any other location) is an option.

sounds good !

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Ben J. <

trail . wrote:

sounds good !

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Ben J. <

Ok…any idea where I can find some experienced programmers? I’m not
sure where to start which is why i made this post.

Hi, I would be interested in helping on your projects. I have 10
years development experience and 2 years RoR. I am a partner at a
startup development firm. Our rate is $75/hour but will be increasing
in the next month so any projects we take on now will get our original
rate for the duration of the project. I have a profile on
workingwithrails.com and a technical blog at randomutterings.com. Let
me know if you’re interested.

On Mar 9, 9:33 pm, Ben J. [email protected]

Hi Ben,

Tweaked my interest. I’ve recently released my RoR site www.OnTheMap.ie
to the wild and am now in the process of promoting it. That will take
time, and in the meantime I’m looking around for some paying work.

I’m 20 years in the s/w game, with a background in C++, Sybase
(RDBMS), Unix (Solaris) and CORBA (middle-ware). I decided to get
into RoR a year ago and would classify myself as a capable RoR
developer, but my real forte is good object oriented design,
scalability and the experience in high transaction rate backend s/w,
having worked on realtime payment processing systems for a telco for
the last 12 years.

Have a look at the site, my first RoR project … it’s a Yellow Pages
with Google Maps for Ireland. I used YM4R and GeoKit for the location
based aspects, Comatose for my CMS, attachement_fu for photo uploads
and active_merchant for PayPal payments. The full list of plugins
used is below …

iMac:~/src/new_machine/vendor/plugins attila$ ls
active_merchant attachment_fu
manage_fixtures widgets
acts_as_commentable betternestedset
mimetype_fu ym4r_gm
acts_as_rated comatose
paginating_find ziya
acts_as_taggable_on_steroids geokit
painless_png
acts_as_textiled google_analytics
textile_editor_helper
iMac:~/src/new_machine/vendor/plugins

I’m still tweaking the site, but I think it’s a strong beta. I’m
getting some graphic design type people to help me clean up the
styling, but until then … it’s good enough for the next few weeks.

I’m based in Ireland, and if that’s not an issue, then … have a
look … and get back to me if your interested :0)

Cheers,
Attila

On Mar 10, 2:33 am, Ben J. [email protected]

you should go and browse this website: http://workingwithrails.com/
May be you could find the person whom you want

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:55 AM, Ben J. <

Can you give more information on the job?

On Mar 9, 7:55 pm, Ben J. [email protected]

Hi, This is Ayyanar, leading a ROR project in Aspire Systems.
We are 500 people company having 13 years experience in outsourced
product
development. Plz visit www.aspiresys.com for further details. If you
are interested plz mail me [email protected]

We have 1 year experience in ROR projects. We are doing couple of
projects
in ROR now. We are doing many projects in .NET, JAVA, PHP and C++
technologies.

Thanks,
Ayyanar. A

On Mar 9, 10:55 pm, Ben J. [email protected]
wrote:

trail . wrote:

sounds good e$B!*e(B

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Ben J. <

Ok…any idea where I can find some experienced programmers? I’m not
sure where to start which is why i made this post.

Yes, you could start by posting the type of information that an
experienced programmer would need to see to determine whether they
might be interested in your project. The fact that you seem clueless
regarding how to hire people is certainly a negative point, but one
that can be overcome.

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