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\nWe are looking for a Ruby developer with solid experience and understanding of the Ruby programming language to join upmysport, and help build the home to Europe’s best sport and fitness instructors.\n\nYour main responsibilities will be to work with our other Ruby developers to build and support our Ruby on Rails-based web application and REST API.  The aim with our API is to build a totally solid and well formed API that can power all of our front end products, and also be integrated with partner websites in order to power their platforms.  We are also currently assessing the best approach for extending the functionality of our web front-end, and what JavaScript technologies we could use to best effect.  Being a part of this decision making would be something that you can be a part of.  All of these combined will mean working with the tech team and the rest of the business to build an innovative web application that all of our users will love.\n\nOur whole team is co-located in Chamonix, France and London, UK.  We would love for you to join the rest of the Ruby devs in Chamonix, so that you can enjoy powder days in winter and single track in summer, but we're happy for you to be based in London if you prefer. We are also open to the idea of you being based elsewhere.

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