Needs rails developer for a great opportunity!

We are looking for a rails developer to join our startup. Some
experience with SASS and MySQL is prefered but not a requirement. Our
startup is working on a revolutionary platform for health and fitness
and a passion for getting healthier and fit definitely helps. If you
are looking to join a rebellious startup on a mission to change an
industry, Bluey is a place for you.

We are currently at version 0.6 of our beta roadmap, you can take a
look at the
current live site yourself at http://www.blueyfit.com

You can also check our blog at http://blog.blueyfit.com

What we offer: we are planning to hit revenue at version 0.7 and
definitely will offer a salary once we get there and in the meantime
we can discuss for possible shares of the company. The good news are
we are almost there (paypal integration is next)!

If you are interested email us your contact info at
[email protected] (we are on skype at ID: mannybluey)

On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 10:37, [email protected] [email protected]
wrote:

We are looking for a rails developer to join our startup.

Location? Or is remote OK? (Replying on-list to save you from some
of the barrage of inquiries…)

-Dave


LOOKING FOR WORK! What: Ruby (on/off Rails), Python, other modern
languages.
Where: Northern Virginia, Washington DC (near Orange Line), and remote
work.
See: davearonson.com (main) * codosaur.us (code) * dare2xl.com
(excellence).
Specialization is for insects. (Heinlein) - Have Pun, Will Babble!
(Aronson)

On 28 November 2011 15:37, [email protected] [email protected]
wrote:

What we offer: we are planning to hit revenue at version 0.7 and
definitely will offer a salary once we get there and in the meantime
we can discuss for possible shares of the company. The good news are
we are almost there (paypal integration is next)!

You’re not offering a salary yet, and shares are “possible”? Is that
right? Is there some other incentive that you might have not
mentioned?

On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 14:57, Michael P. [email protected]
wrote:

You’re not offering a salary yet, and shares are “possible”? Is that
right? Is there some other incentive that you might have not
mentioned?

What, your mortgage holder doesn’t accept glory, and warm fuzzies?
Then again, they are hard to transfer…

Just be glad it’s possible shares, not possible options. :wink:

Was gonna say something about “to share the impossible share” but that
sounds more like Windows network administration. I’ll get my coat…

-Dave


LOOKING FOR WORK! What: Ruby (on/off Rails), Python, other modern
languages.
Where: Northern Virginia, Washington DC (near Orange Line), and remote
work.
See: davearonson.com (main) * codosaur.us (code) * dare2xl.com
(excellence).
Specialization is for insects. (Heinlein) - Have Pun, Will Babble!
(Aronson)

So yes. We give shares of the company for the work done until we hit
revenue.

Work is remote, so if you’re anywhere in the world you eligible…lol!

On Nov 28, 10:37am, “[email protected][email protected]

That is right! I give shares to compensate for the work done until we
hit revenue (estimated within 4-6 weeks now ±).

Remote is exactly what we are looking for as our current team members
are from UK, US, Russia, Argentinaso no problems there.

On Nov 28, 2:57pm, Michael P. [email protected] wrote:

On 28 November 2011 15:37, [email protected] [email protected] wrote:

What we offer: we are planning to hit revenue at version 0.7 and
definitely will offer a salary once we get there and in the meantime
we can discuss for possible shares of the company. The good news are
we are almost there (paypal integration is next)!

You’re not offering a salary yet, and shares are “possible”? Is that
right? Is there some other incentive that you might have not
mentioned?

Well, if the music from the Flash intro on the site is any guide, I
suspect either Michael Bay or James Cameron is involved… :wink:

–Matt J.

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