Forum: Ruby on Rails [JOB] Need top-level Ruby on Rails Developers for NYC and DC

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A80c82b8c93515fb622add927d29d2c7?d=identicon&s=25 Shane (Guest)
on 2013-01-08 08:08
(Received via mailing list)
We are currently looking for a few top-level Ruby on Rails Developers
for
our client in both NYC and DC.  Our client is a large, well-known
financial
company and is looking for someone that is comfortable in full stack
development in a consumer facing environment.  Requirements are below.
Please contact Shane at (732) 422-1500 ext 204


BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent experience - Prior experience
designing, implementing, and maintaining Ruby on Rails based components
in
a consumer facing web environment - Experience in XHTML (HTML 5 a plus),
Javascript, CSS and general Web 2.0 techniques required - Conceptualize
and
build efficient, well-organized web
*applications*<http://www2.jobdiva.com/employers/myjobs/vieweditj...
Work on all levels of the technical stack, from front-end styling to
back-end coding - Be familiar with trends in web design and technologies
-
Rapidly solve problems and bugs - Experience with object oriented
analysis
and design - Familiarity with relational databases, preferably MYSQL and
Oracle - Understanding of web services technologies such as SOAP, HTTP,
WSDL, XSD, and REST. - Understanding of code manipulation and
optimization
issues - Knowledge of design patterns, refactoring and unit testing -
Familiarity with the MVC model - A proven ability to learn and adapt to
new, complex development environments - Superb analytical skills, self
directed, excellent communication skills with engineers and
non-engineers,
strong team ethic, and pays close attention to details - Knowledge of
professional software engineering practices & best practices for the
full *software
development life
cycle*<http://www2.jobdiva.com/employers/myjobs/vieweditj...,
including coding standards, code reviews, source control management,
build
processes, testing, and operations
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