I get a lot of emails asking if I know of any Ruby job opportunities, or if I know any available Ruby developers. Since I don’t really have time to play matchmaker, I thought I’d try an experiment.

So! This is an open job thread. Got some availability? Post it it in the comments. Hiring developers, or looking for a contract or? Post the info. Please indicate if remote is OK.

Have at it! If this is a a success I may make it a semi-regular thing.

Published by Avdi Grimm

22 Comments

  1. I’m available for contract work in Ruby/Rails. I prefer to do server-side automation work, but am more than capable of delivering client-facing solutions.

    You can find more info at http://www.alexbevi.com

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  2. I’m also available for remote Rails work. My code is at: http://github.com/Agis-. I also have some private repos with interesting work.

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  3. I have some availability for remote freelance projects. Get in touch via: http://coderelax.com

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  4. I have availability for rails, Ember and backbone projects. Checkout my blog at http://www.thesoftwaresimpleton.com/ with contact details on the right hand side of the home page.

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  5. We’re always looking for some kickass ruby and rails developers in our London, UK office. Great opportunities to expand your skillset and work at the cutting edge of social network technology! https://www.yammer.com/about/jobs/job-description/?jvi=oHuhWfw8,Job

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  6. Decisiv is hiring full-time remote rails developers, with a strong preference for those who’ve caught the object-oriented design bug. Email jobs@decisiv.net if you’re interested.

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  7. I’m available to do remote freelance projects focused on Ruby backends and some Rails. Contact me at shane@emmons.io

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  8. Available for remote projects. Areas of expertise include C/C++ (need to wrap a native lib in a gem?), data processing, heavy database work (including performance tuning), working with Unicode data, and internationalization issues. http://www.celticwolf.com/

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  9. Rafter (http://www.rafter.com/jobs) is hiring! San Mateo, CA, mostly Ruby with a little bit of Clojure if that sounds like your cup of tea. Mostly interested in on-site, though we’re very flexible on WFH for people who are almost-nearby.

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  10. I’m available for remote Ruby-related and/or strong Javascript client-side. Full-time or freelancing. There is some code and contact info at http://github.com/13k.

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  11. SEOmoz is hiring. We have teams working in python, C++ and ruby. My team is solving some really interesting problems to which rails is poorly suited so we’re using things like Sinatra, Sequel and several in-house gems we’ve developed.

    SEOmoz is a fantastic place to work–the challenges are interesting (and working at a scale far larger than anything I had done previously–a system I wrote last year is processing 50million+ records a day), the company treats employees incredibly well (among other things, SEOmoz will reimburse up to $3000 of a vacation) and I love working here. The company has provided me many opportunities to work on open source as part of my job. And the $12,000 referral program (linked below) we started last year is still going, too.

    We have some remote contractors, but for full time employees, you’ll generally have to work out of our Seattle office at least a couple days per week.

    For more info:
    http://www.seomoz.org/blog/wanted-software-engineers-reward-12000

    http://moz.com/rand/keeping-amazing-people-on-the-team/

    http://www.seomoz.org/about/jobs

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  12. Simply Measured (based in Seattle, WA) is currently hiring a Senior Rails Software Engineer, among other openings. We work hard on challenging problems, and have a lot of fun while doing it.

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  13. I’m available for remote pair-programming appointments and/or remote Ruby/Rails/Javascript work: https://github.com/dalibor & http://dalibornasevic.com/. Thanks Avdi!

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  14. Seeking remote, casual development work.

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  15. I’m available for remote work and would love to get to use Ruby in a full time position. https://github.com/uniosx. alectower@gmail.com. Avdi rules.

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  16. We’re hiring a Senior Rails Developer at OtherInbox/Return Path in beautiful Austin, Texas. Full-time onsite only. http://www.otherinbox.com/about/careers/

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  17. Available for full time onsite (with possible relocation) or part time remotely. Strong ruby and both server and client side javascript skills.
    http://github.com/rwz

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  18. Some work in Europe for a change – beautiful Berlin in fact 🙂

    Wimdu is hiring.
    Good parts: We are fairly light on process and our superiors give us enough room to have fun trying new stuff while getting stuff done! Location & offices are great, too, so is the equipment and general atmosphere.
    Other parts: Winter is coming 😉 & right now, we are only looking for on-site and very experienced/senior folks!

    Feel free to get in touch with me directly. My name email is juergen.walter@wimdu.com

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  19. I’m looking for remote Rails (backend) work. https://github.com/ugisozols

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  20. We are a small group of Ruby and JavaScript developers available for hire. Tell us about your product idea and we can design, build and deploy it for you. Find out more at http://sensible.io

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  21. Envato are hiring Ruby and JS devs to work on our marketplace team (themeforest.net, graphicriver.net etc..) as well as our TUTS team. You can check out more at http://techjobs.envato.com. The roles are onsite and full-time based in Melbourne, Australia.

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  22. Factory Code Labs is hiring on-site developers in Denver, CO to work on a variety of internal tools, open source projects, and client-driven apps. We have a number of large clients including The North Face, Oakley and Callaway Golf. Perks are great, benefits are the best I’ve seen, and the work environment is awesome.

    If you enjoy working on beautifully designed software or elegantly architected library code, be sure to drop me a line personally: mike.pack@factorylabs.com

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