Sunday, 20 June 2010

Ruby on Rails Developers x 3 | 3-6 Month Contract | Greenfield Project | £300 to £400 per day | London City | 100% Onsite – No Telecommute – No Outsourcing Companies | Immediate opening

Devonshire IT is working exclusively with a fast growing SME to build the best Rails team in London.

They are currently setting up a brand new Rails division which will focus on prototyping, new product development and continuous integration across the internal business. You will work to short iterations using strict Agile (TDD/BDD) methods with the view to move into a lean programming environment as the team grows.

Initially we are urgently seeking highly skilled Ruby on Rails Contract Developers to work onsite in the London office to deliver a large number of ground breaking Greenfield Rails 3.0 projects over the next 3-6 months.

Skills Needed

3+ years Ruby/Ruby on Rails with exposure to 3.0
Secondary programming experience with Perl, PHP, Java or C.
A full understanding of Agile (TDD/BDD) and its pro’s/cons
Experience using RSpec/Cucumber or Factory_Girl
Excellent knowledge of the MySQL database including set up’s, performance tuning, administration etc.
Knowledge of the Unix/Linux command line (Apache/Mongrel/Ubuntu)
Haml, SaaS (HTML, CSS)
A good understanding of JavaScript (Prototype/JQuery)

If interested; please e-mail your up-to-date CV, rate required and availability to for an immediate response with any of the below to support your CV:

Source code examples/Code Snippets
URL’s to any blog’s you author
Details of any Opensource contributions (gems, plugins, patches etc)

Interview slots are available on the weeks commencing the 21st and 28th with the view to start ASAP.

No time wasters please.

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