Re: [ruby-110] Full time front end Developer

From: Brian
Sent on: Thursday, July 12, 2012 4:47 PM
If I wasn't tangled up in an existing company, I'd jump all over this. Christopher is an awesome guy.  

-b.


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On Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 4:42 PM, Christopher Cotton wrote:

> Hey All,
>  
> The startup company I'm working at http://handstand-...­ is
> hiring. If you know anyone who fits, I would love to talk with them.
> Especially if you have come to the Rails meet up before, or I know
> you. The apps that we are working on will be consumer focused. We use
> Rails for the backend, so if you know some Rails to help develop the
> front end -- that would be even better. I can also show some
> prototypes of the reader/textbook Android app we are going to be
> launching first in Taiwan/China and then in the US. Plus, you get to
> work with me.
>  
> --  
> Christopher
>  
>  
> We are a small group of diverse people looking to reinvent what a book can be!
>  
> We’re looking for a front end web developer, who is not afraid to play
> designer, and enjoys a highly collaborative environment.
>  
> Required skills
> • Extensive front end development experience. You have advanced
> knowledge of HTML, CSS, Javascript, and jQuery. You prototype
> solutions and implement design specifications.
> • Visual design skills. You might not call yourself a designer. But
> maybe you should. You can create great website designs and you have a
> few that you can show us.
> • Thrive in a startup environment. We are in the process of launching
> the first release of our product. So you should enjoy a fast paced
> environment, embrace the chaos, and be willing to help wherever
> needed.
> • Are able to work remotely. We are a geographically diverse team
> with members in California, Texas and Tennessee.
>  
> Sound interesting?
> If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, then
> send us an email to [address removed] (mailto:[address removed]) and include the following
> information:
> • A link to your portfolio site or github repo. If you don’t have a
> portfolio site, then send us some links to sites you have built.
> • Your resume. While we are more interested in seeing your work,
> sometimes a resume helps. Don’t have a resume? Write a great email
> that includes your previous work experience.
>  
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