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At Pivotal Labs, one of the services we provide our clients is helping them interview and hire. Pivotal Labs and our clients place a strong emphasis on Agile development and its many aspects: Pair Programming, Test-Driven Development, rapid iterations, and frequent refactoring.
Below is the description for a Ruby developer position for SharesPost, who connects leading private companies with their investors and provides the data and assistance to support their capital markets needs.
SharesPost is hiring senior agile Ruby on Rails developers – here’s why you want to work there:
We are committed to rigorous extreme programming (XP) development with a Rails stack. We have years of experience applying the full suite of XP practices, including TDD/BDD, pair programming, and regular refactoring. We have retrospectives to help us improve our process, and one week iterations.
We are looking for great developers who love XP, enjoy sharing knowledge, and want to have some fun with us! Must be basically a cool person who enjoys pairing every day. Easy going, drama free, and patient are all pluses. Passionate — about anything — is a huge plus.
Launched in June 2009, SharesPost is the online marketplace for private investments. Today, the SharesPost platform efficiently connects more than 75,000 institutional and individual investors with more than a billion dollars worth of private company stock issued by over 150 of the fastest growing companies in the United States. Our members have unparalleled access to a wide variety of private company investment opportunities, real-time transaction data, company information and independent research that enables them to make informed investment decisions. SharesPost’s Transaction Specialists, all registered brokers, assist members with every aspect of the transaction process. The company is profitable, and is growing exponentially.
To apply: email us directly email@example.com, subject line: Senior Agile Rails Developer
Please include your resume and a code sample or link to some of your code (e.g. github).