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Westlake Design is Hiring Rails & iOS developers

From: Greg W.
Sent on: Monday, August 15, 2011 10:56 AM
Hey there - My name is Greg and I attended my first indy.rb meetup last week. I must say I was really impressed with the turnout and it was great getting to meet you all. The company I work for is currently looking to do some hiring, and I was hoping some of you might be able to help me get the word out. 

Looking forward to the next meetup - keep up the good work!


Westlake Design is currently looking to hire one or two full-time developers to work on Ruby on Rails applications. We do a wide variety of work, from local clients who just want a well-designed website that solves their business needs to large companies who need powerful web applications. Our environment is flexible and laid back - no cubicles or anything like that. 

To provide a glimpse of what you would be working on in the immediate future - We are currently in talks to help a company merge two similar enterprise-level web applications, focused on automobile tracking and mapping software, into a single Ruby on Rails application. These two applications would remain distinct on the public side of things, meaning each app would need to maintain its own custom view layer while accessing a shared controller/model layer. 

That is just one sample of what we do - there is plenty more, and it varies greatly depending on the client's needs. 

The ideal candidate would be proficient in front-end HTML/CSS/JS development as well as experienced in architecting the back-end Rails code. Knowledge of both Rails 2 and 3 would be preferred. This person should feel comfortable in stepping into a project such as the one listed above, assessing what needs to be done, and formulating a plan of attack. 

While the aforementioned Rails project is our most pressing need, we also do iOS work and would be open to applicants in that field as well. If you are an iOS developer, or if you are a Rails developer who would be interested in learning the iOS platform, we would love to hear from you. 

If any of that sounds like something you might be interested in, let us know!

You can contact us at - [address removed]
Or talk to me directly at -

Greg Woods
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