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On behalf of Seeking Alpha, Ciklum is looking for Full Stack Ruby on Rails Developer to join Kyiv team on full-time basis.
- Participate in design and planning discussions, contribute architecture ideas
- Develop and test new user-facing features
- Write highly scalable, reusable and testable code
- Optimize application for maximum speed and performance
- Collaborate with other team members
- Knowledge of Agile principles, open-source ecosystem, Test Driven Development (TDD)
- Experience in OOP and MVC design and development patterns. Good understanding of data structures and design patterns
- 3+ years of back-end development experience in building large, complex, highly scalable web applications using Ruby on Rails framework
- Solid understanding of Ruby syntax, its nuances and core concepts. Ability to write clean and readable code
- Experience with SQL or NoSQL database technologies (e.g. MySQL, ElasticSearch, CouchBase, Redis, etc.)
- Comfortable with source version control software (Git)
- Knowledge and understanding of server-side architecture best practices, good understanding of the HTTP protocol and networking
- Experience with Less/Sass, responsive frameworks (Twitter Bootstrap, Foundation Framework etc.)
What's in it for you
- Experience working in a UNIX environment
- Familiarity with Angular/React/Vue or similar frontend frameworks
- Proficiency in ES6 and newer specifications of EcmaScript
- Github portfolio or link to open source work