At Tenmiles, we build apps using a lot of programing languages and frameworks. Ruby on Rails is one. We have done amazing things with Rails, take for instance, building one of Asia’s largest online event registration platforms.
If you are someone who loves to take upon interesting challenges and work with a vibrant team of passionate Rubyists, these are the skills we are looking for:
Self motivated quick learner.
Deep knowledge of Ruby and Rails
2 – 3 years of experience in web application development with Rails 2 or above, JQuery and MySql2
Experience in using distributed source code control like Git.
Development Experience with strong design, coding, testing and debugging skills.
Love for good UI
Nice to have
Knowledge of configuring and optimizing Apache and Phusion Passenger.
Experience in e-commerce applications and payment gateway integration, building APIs, running and maintaining background jobs and full-stack performance tuning
Familiar with other Ruby frameworks, HTML5 and CSS3. If you’ve written code in these, that’s even better.
2-3 years of relevant technical experience is required.
A Bachelor’s degree in Computers / Technology / Science or anything else for that matter.
Even no degree will do, we value the depth of knowledge than anything else. Are you a drop out and obsessed about web applications? We are more than more happy to talk to you.
At Tenmiles, you will develop and maintain Rails apps. You will turn good ideas into user friendly apps.
What do we offer?
Great team and products to work on. You will participate and have impact on decisions both in technical terms and in the business domain. We raise no wall against good ideas. We take care of you, so that you can take care of the apps you build.
If you are interested, here is how you can apply. Mail us at email@example.com. Describe yourself, your career path, interests, past work and anything related in a simple mail and send it to us. Please give appropriate links/urls of your past work or anything you’ve been doing so far. Sending your resume is optional, but if you do, send it in PDF format & keep it short.