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7 Top Ruby and Rails Jobs for January 2010

By Peter Cooper / January 8, 2010

Looking for a Ruby or Rails job? There are still some good ones out there. They're getting posted daily on but we've got 6 special ones of our own that have come in via the Ruby Inside jobs board. Jobs this month come from the United Kingdom and the US (Portland, Chicago, Birmingham and Santa Barbara) and are, as usual, Rails heavy.

January 2010's Jobs

billmonitor.png Rails Developer at BillMonitor (Oxford, United Kingdom) — Billmonitor is a British mobile phone comparison service and they're looking for a Rails developer to work side-by-side with their Web design team to develop new features and functionality for their site. Learn more.

newrelic.pngRuby on Rails Developer at New Relic (Portland, OR) — New Relic is the leading provider of application monitoring services in the Ruby world and they're looking for an experienced Rails developer to join their fun and growing company. You need to be familiar with agile development processes (such as TDD and continuous integration), Rails, Javascript and CSS. Learn more.


Senior Rails Developer at Groupon (Chicago, IL)Groupon is a deal-of-the-day site that is available in multiple localized versions for different US cities. They're seeking expert Rails developers with proven records in working on high traffic sites. Learn more.

Senior and Junior Rails Developers at Insight Card Services (Birmingham, AL) - Insight Card Services is a provider of prepaid credit cards and they're looking for both senior and junior Rails developers to join their team. Senior level requires at least 10 years of software development experience (2 in Rails) along with team leader skills. The junior level requires 2 years of software development experience and familiarity with Rails. Learn more.


Software Developer at Snapizzi (Santa Barbara, CA) — Snapizzi is an online photography e-commerce site. They're looking for an outstanding software engineer with 2 to 15 years of experience to join their development team. It's a full-time position and located in Santa Barbara, CA. A Bachelors in Comp Sci or Engineering is necessary, along with proficiency with Ruby, Rails, and MySQL. Learn more.


Rails Developer at AlphaSights (London, UK) — AlphaSights is an independent, privately-owned information services and advisory firm for institutional buy-side investors. They're looking for a Rails developer with database and object design experience, as well as experience with JavaScript, HAML, and SASS. You'll also need to be familiar with UNIX-like environments. Learn more.

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  1. Peter Cooper says:

    Another has just come in today:

    A "Level 78 Rails Mage" is needed by Blue Frog Gaming:

    We are a small, profitable gaming startup looking for a Level 78 Ruby on Rails mage to help us build web-based social games.

    Candidates must be self-starters and able to work without copious direction. Since we're a small team, you'll be responsible for owning large portions of high-traffic games. You'll have an impact not just on small features, but entire products and company direction.

    We're looking for people with experience in both front and back-end development, a willingness to learn, a drive to do things the right way, and a desire to work hard and have fun.

    Candidate must be willing to work on-site, relocation help available.

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