Ruby on Rails Professional Requirement

We are looking for ruby on rails professionals to work with us.

We are setup at Ann Arbor, Michigan.

I’ll give you a brief of the requirement :-

Were looking for :- Two years experience - Ruby on rails

The requirement is really flexible. Were looking for somewhere around
400 man hours to be put in. Telecommute or work remotely if fine.

Do mail me ASAP.

Rgds,
Nikhil J.
Wiztech / ALLSource
USA / INDIA
Office : 646-290-8447

Email Id: [email protected] / [email protected]

Hi Greg,

Greg D. wrote:

On 2/8/07, Nikhil J. [email protected] wrote:

Were looking for :- Two years experience - Ruby on rails

Do you take post-dated resumes ? :slight_smile:

LOL!!! :wink: But… I like it when companies make postings like that.
Makes
it real easy to sort out who might be worth working for.

Best regards,
Bill

On 2/8/07, Nikhil J. [email protected] wrote:

Were looking for :- Two years experience - Ruby on rails

Two years experience seems a particularly difficult requirement since
Rails 1.0 was only released about 14 months ago.

http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.ruby.rails/34705

Even those of us who were learning Rails before 1.0 might not have two
full years experience.

Do you take post-dated resumes ? :slight_smile:


Greg D.
http://destiney.com/

Greg D. wrote:

On 2/8/07, Nikhil J. [email protected] wrote:

Were looking for :- Two years experience - Ruby on rails

Two years experience seems a particularly difficult requirement since
Rails 1.0 was only released about 14 months ago.

http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.ruby.rails/34705

Even those of us who were learning Rails before 1.0 might not have two
full years experience.

Do you take post-dated resumes ? :slight_smile:


Greg D.
http://destiney.com/

Taking post dated resume’s is a not a bad idea, however post dated work
which may come along with it is bad. That’s precisely what i dont want.

Well i am getting RoR with 2yrs + experience.

This requirement is really flexible hence won’t mind screening a
candidate with a good resume and RoR knowledge even if the experience
does not match.

Rails did have a long 0.x period. I started playing with Rails around
0.7, released in late 2004, and was employed as a Rails developer for
0.9.x, released January 2005. There was a bit of a community, even
then. Two years experience is about the maximum, but it’s not exactly
unheard of.

http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=307 for gem release dates.

-Kyle

Kyle M. wrote:

Rails did have a long 0.x period. I started playing with Rails around
0.7, released in late 2004, and was employed as a Rails developer for
0.9.x, released January 2005. There was a bit of a community, even
then. Two years experience is about the maximum, but it’s not exactly
unheard of.

http://rubyforge.org/frs/?group_id=307 for gem release dates.

-Kyle

Ditto. I started using it full time once I read the Rolling on Rails
article at onlamp
http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/onlamp/2005/01/20/rails.html

Luckily I made the decision for which technologies I used :slight_smile:

That was January 2005

  • Chris

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