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RubiABQ: Rubyists in Albuquerque Message Board › Jackrabbit Systems is looking for experienced Rails (maybe Ruby) developers

Jackrabbit Systems is looking for experienced Rails (maybe Ruby) developers

Cliff M.
Group Organizer
Albuquerque, NM
As you may know, I've been consulting for Jackrabbit Systems up in Santa Fe for close to four years now.  I'm pretty much wedded to them these days. They've been growing quite a bit lately and would like to hire some experienced Rails developers.
We have a few apps. The most important ones are still Rails 2.3.x, although using Bundler, Ruby 2.0 and RSpec (albeit 1.x). We also have a Rails 3.0.x app (also using Ruby 2.0 and RSpec 2.x). Eventually we'd like to migrate them to Rails 3.2 or 4.0, but it's unlikely anyone will be doing any of that work in the next few months.
JRS would consider hiring someone with a fair amount of Ruby experience who doesn't have Rails experience, per-se. Experience with Rightscale would be a win.
Anyone interested can email me or grab me at tonight's meeting.
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