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Rocky Mountain Angular Message Board › Get paid to code and play foosball!

Get paid to code and play foosball! Rally Software is hiring for a Software Engineer for our Denver, CO office

Boulder, CO
Post #: 12
**Take a peek at what we do over at the Rally Engineering Blog. and apply at**

Are you a front end JavaScript wizard who understands the Good Parts? Do you want to work with developers who realize that JavaScript can have inheritance? We are looking for passionate developers capable of working across our stack with strong experience in building user interfaces with JavaScript, HTML and CSS. Rally Software is creating new user experiences that push the limits of current browser-based technology with a revolutionary app platform that is also used by customers to extend our product.

Our Engineering team is a group of polyglots, and if you looked at our codebase, you’d find Java, JavaScript, Ruby, Scala, Groovy and some SQL. We won’t exclude candidates because of their language of choice. We have engineers that love OO and Functional programming. We pick the best for the task at hand. Yes we have a relational database, but No-SQL solutions like Cassandra, MongoDB, and HBase are used as well.

Do you think releasing code once per week or month or quarter is old school? Yup, so do we. We release code into production multiple times a day. Automated testing is a first-class citizen at Rally. We test at every level, from fast running unit tests for both our JavaScript front-end and our various back-ends, to full-stack tests that drive the browser.

Here are the top 10 reasons developers choose to work at Rally:
1). Hackathon - Each year, Rally developers get six weeks to work on whatever they want to help the business. This can mean either exploring new technologies or implementing your favorite feature. Many Hackathon projects are integrated into the product and released, so you have a real opportunity to influence product direction.
2). Influence - You are encouraged and empowered to make things better. The team owns all architectural and framework choices, so if something's not working, you really can change it! Don't just put up with it, fix it, and you will have the support from your team and management to do so.
3). No ruts - You'll have the opportunity to work across the stack (JavaScript, Java, REST, database, etc.) as well as provide input to which features should be developed.
4). Collaboration - Our teams work closely together in a Kanban style, enabling us to learn from everyone's experience, rather than getting trapped in silos.
5). Pace - Sustainable.
6). No dress code - Please wear something.
7). Career - Support for attending conferences, writing books, blogging and speaking.
8). Beer - We have multiple kegerators and brew our own.
9). Locations: Boulder, Colorado - 300+ days of sun, mountains, skiing, biking... Raleigh, North Carolina - America’s Best City, 867 restaurants, 110 bars, and 51 museums, according to Business Week
10). Awards - We were named the Best Company to Work For in Colorado for the last four years, and ranked a top ten Best Places to Work in the U.S. from Outside Magazine. Our product has won numerous awards and was recently recognized by industry analyst Forrester Research as 'offering the best combination of capability and strategy of Agile ALM tools'.

**Take a peek at what we do over at the Rally Engineering Blog. and apply at**
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