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June Ruby Jobs Roundup

By Peter Cooper / July 6, 2007

Each month I do a round-up of the new jobs on the Ruby Inside job board. June was a slim month with only two new jobs. Both are pretty good though!

Telecoms in Tampa - $80,000 per year

The latest vacancy is for a Ruby Programmer at a Tampa, Florida based company that specializes in telecommunications. You'll be expected to analyze business requirements, write design specs, and program in Ruby, as well as develop Rails applications. The interesting part about the job is that it requires Asterisk (open source VOIP software) knowledge, so there's clearly some telecoms development involved there. Experience with Oracle is also expected. The major upside for all of this is a salary of around $80,000 and the sheer greatness of living in the sunny paradise of Tampa, so check it out.

Rails Expert needed at a startup in Chelsea, NYC

An Internet startup company based in New York City is currently seeking an expert Ruby on Rails developer to work on the BarterQuest website (a cashless goods and services exchange). You should have very strong Web 2.0 programming background, fun personality, good attitude, and good sense of humor.. along with a B.S. in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering (although equivalent experience is considered).

Comments

  1. Ahmad says:

    Hi all,

    We are Chennai based Web 2.0 company focussed in Web Applications development. We are looking for intelectual people with a fair understanding of Web 2.0, RIA and Rails. You get to work on some of the most interesting products and have the pleasure of working in a very informal environment. Ping me at ahmad@360in.com

    Regards
    Ahmad

  2. Carl Williams says:

    If anyone is still looking for a Ruby job, a great source is http://www.odinjobs.com/s/Ruby_jobs.html

  3. Carl Williams says:

    If anyone is still looking for a Ruby job, a great source is http://www.odinjobs.com/s/Ruby_jobs.html

  4. Carl Williams says:

    If anyone is still looking for a Ruby job, a great source is http://www.odinjobs.com/s/Ruby_jobs.html

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