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Senior Ruby Developer / Ruby Engineer - Backend Developer

Job Title: Senior Ruby Developer / Ruby Engineer - Backend Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin, Germany
Salary: €60 - €80 per hour
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: MW/RUBY/BERL_1505406385
Contact Name: Mathew Williams
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Senior Ruby Developer / Ruby Engineer - Backend Developer

Senior ROR Developer / ROR Engineer - Backend Developer

Berlin - €60-€80 per hour

Contract - 9-12 months

Start Date - Immediate

A major business within online media are looking to hire a Senior Ruby Developer with experience developing Micro Services and ideally any experience with Docker.

The successful Ruby-on-Rails Developer will be also be used to working in an Agile way and focus on clean code and TDD.

The client are experiencing growth within technology and it is an exciting time to join.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an enthusiastic Software Developer / Software Engineer looking for a company utilising cutting edge technologies on a leading product, whilst working within a highly Agile environment.

Ruby Developer/ Ruby Engineer - Key Skills & Experience:

  • Backend development experience in ROR
  • Microservices
  • Docker
  • Agile

If you consider yourself to be a strong Ruby Developer and are interested, then please apply for this role and I will be in touch with further details.

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