Sr Rails opportunity-telecommute $100-$150K

Hi, my name is Lynn, am a recruiter with The Conrad Group. I currently
the following Senior Ruby on Rails opening with a client company that is
organization of developers and engineers who are excited about the
ever-changing world of software and technology. Their passion is
the next generation of consumer and business applications. They don’t
utilize the "factory"approach to software development, believing that
is a creative process akin to an artistic endeavor. Also, believe
in the benefits and sustainability of open source software and the
philosophy behind it. If you are interested, please provide a copy of
resume, and let’s discuss over the phone. They are not expecting a
fit, but rather, someone who has a passion for technology and has
accomplished outstanding results in the career. If you are interested,
please provide a copy of your resume and let’s discuss over the phone.

410 444 3720

Work from anywhere

This is a virtual organization. You can log in from your home, a nearby
office, one of their
global office locations, or wherever you have an internet connection

This outstanding firm is seeking an adept web developer with a strong
background in Ruby On Rails to work
with their team in creating mission critical web applications for both
internal and public usage.
Strong experience developing in the Ruby On Rails framework with
examples of prior work.
Strong understanding of MySQL 4.1 and beyond
Background in developing for GNU/Linux or Unix-like platforms for
mission-critical production deployments
Operational code published and still in production
Strong analytical and logical thinking capability
Must have excellent layout and design abilities

It’s a plus to have: Object oriented programming experience in PHP with
operational examples of prior work
Experience with MySQL 5.x, MySQL replication, MySQL Cluster
High-availability and scalable network service deployment
Expertise with MVC, HTML, CSS2, Javascript, AJAX, Templating, caching,
sessions, and authentication
GNU/Linux optimization, security and network administration
Secure coding practices
Experience with running Apache or other unix-based
web servers in a production environment

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