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Software Developer Ruby Unix Linux

Posted 9 April by Client Server Ltd. Easy Apply Featured Ended
Software Developer (Ruby RoR). Do you enjoy working in a challenging, collaborative environment? You could be sharing your knowledge of Ruby development with those around you and learn new skills from likeminded, talented people.

Successful mobile technology software house is seeking a Software Developer with a range of skills. You will design and develop new features and make improvements to the core product which provides a simple API to send mobile payments via SMS messaging for a number of well-known clients (including Channel 5, Daily Mail and Three).

As a Software Developer you will develop, test and deploy software code that is clean, maintainable and scalable with an aim of delivering an exceptional mobile service to clients. This role allows you to be very autonomous whilst working within an Agile team who follow principles such as continuous delivery and common code ownership.

With trendy offices based in the heart of London, you will be joining a friendly, tech driven company where you can develop your Java skills and be supported to reach your potential.

*Previous Ruby on Rails Developer experience
*Experience working in an Agile environment using a TDD approach
*Understanding of Continuous Delivery
*Knowledge of Unix / Linux
*A self-starter who is able to work autonomously
*Excellent communication skills
*Desirable: Experience working on high volume transaction systems and APIs

As a Software Developer (Ruby) you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £50k) plus benefits.

Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this Software Developer (Ruby) role.

Required skills

  • linux
  • unix
  • software
  • developer
  • ruby

Reference: 34853701

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