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Ruby and Rails Jobs for July 2008

By Peter Cooper / July 1, 2008

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(Remix of an original CC 2.0 licensed work by Joichi Ito.)

From the Ruby Inside job board (costs $99 for a 60 day listing - and you get featured on Ruby Inside like this) come a few new opportunities:

Senior Java Developer with Ruby (Vonage, New Jersey) - Vonage, the well known VoIP company, are looking for a software developer with both Java and Ruby experience. They offer a fun, casual and relaxed environment, a $100/month food credit, dry cleaning and laundry service, medical, dental and vision plans, as well as stock options. In return, you should have both strong knowledge and experience of both Java and Ruby. I suspect not a lot of people will meet the requirements for this job, but it could be extremely rewarding for someone who does!

Incredible Systems/Network Administrator Required! (San Francisco, CA) - Rapleaf, a fast growing SF-based startup in the personal information / privacy space, are looking for a systems and network administrator to manage their Linux (CentOS based, primarily) servers, backup systems, and other network requirements. You will need to be a hot-shot at systems administration and be ready to learn (or already know how) to scale Rails applications (and yes, Rails can scale!)

Atlanta-based Experience Ruby on Rails Developer / Designer (Buford, GA) - A small start-up in Atlanta is looking for an experienced software developer to help develop the next generation of their software. They seek a senior level developer with strong Ruby and Rails skills.

Rails and JavaScript Developer (Pyromedia Studios, California) - Pyromedia Studios are looking for a Ruby on Rails developer with JavaScript experience, preferably with experience with social networking and general Web design. Initially it'd start as a 4 - 6 month contract but could turn into full-time employment, if desired. It seems as if off-site might be okay, but contact them for details.

If you or your company have openings for Ruby and/or Rails developers, consider checking out the Ruby Inside job board. Your job not only gets featured in the sidebar of every Ruby Inside page, but also summarized in posts like this. You could even leave a comment on this post if you want.

Note: There are even more jobs over at RubyNow's jobs section and on the 37signals Job Board.

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