Software Engineer

At Holidale
  • Full Time
  • Employee

Posted on November 4th

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Holidale has a great opportunity for an experienced Software Engineer to work side-by-side with various team members and clients on the creation and implementation of functional web applications and tools. We are searching for new employees who can contribute to our most important asset, our culture, with a passion for programming and for writing beautiful code. You will join a team of exceptional developers working in a fast-paced environment to deliver world-class software. Your contributions will directly enhance the user experience for our client.

RESPONSIBILITIES
  1. 3+years of professional Ruby on Rails development experience
  2. Understanding of server-side MVC framework
  3. Familiar with common design patterns
  4. Strong UNIX/Linux experience, familiar with shell (Bash) scripting
  5. Strong Database experience (MySQL, Postgres, and/or NoSQL)
  6. Experience with consuming web services (XML, JSON) and building RESTful web services using open source components
  7. Solid understanding of HTML, CSS, and web standards
  8. Experience in software engineering process through definition, design, test, and production.
  9. Strong JavaScript skills, experience with AJAX. Familiar enough with at least two JavaScript libraries to be able to compare them
  10. Experience with client-side MVC JavaScript frameworks highly desired
  11. Experience with source control (preferably git)
  12. DevOps Experience in Ruby on Rails context* Prior SCRUM/Agile experience a plus
  13. Self-driven, can work under pressure in a fast-paced environment
  14. Ability to lead a project and mentor junior-level engineers.

REQUIREMENTS
  1. Minimum Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or a related field

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