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9 Ruby and Rails Jobs for January 2011

By Peter Cooper / January 3, 2011

jobs.pngIt looks like California's the place to be if you're a Rubyist or Rails developer looking for a full-time position right now. 6 of today's 9 positions are in California with 5 of those in the Bay Area. Elsewhere, there are also positions in Texas, Illinois, and the UK. Good luck!

The Jobs

Solar Universe is looking for a Rails Developer in Livermore, California. Solar Universe is an interesting solar energy installation and financing company.

Spiceworks is looking for a User Interface Developer in Austin, Texas. Spiceworks develops social business applications. A degree in math, engineer, CS, or related field is preferred.

Braintree is looking for a Ruby on Rails Support Engineer in Chicago, Illinois. Braintree are one of the top payment system providers - they're used by Engine Yard, 37signals, and GitHub! A very tempting job offer this - well worth reading.

SolarCity is looking for a Sr. Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails) in San Mateo, California.

Lemur Heavy Industries is looking for a Ruby on Rails Developer in Culver City, California.

Ooyala is looking for a Ruby on Rails Engineer in Mountain View, California.

Demandbase, Inc. is looking for a Senior Ruby DevOps Engineer in San Francisco, California. DemandBase builds cloud-hosted business analytics apps. A lot of cloud related skills will be beneficial.

Wildfire Interactive is looking for a Ruby Developer in Palo Alto, California.

FreeAgent is looking for multiple Ruby Engineers in Edinburgh and Cambridge, UK. FreeAgent is a fast growing and popular British startup that builds fantastic online accounting software.

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