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\nWe’re looking for experienced developers to join our team. Need to learn Ruby? No problem. Training’s on us. Once you’re on board, you’ll jump into our three-week Ruby on Rails training program.\n\nAs a Developer at CoverMyMeds, you create solutions that make our healthcare system work more efficiently and effectively in order to help millions of patients receive their prescription medications every year.  You build products that our partners in healthcare use everyday, and innovate products that don't even exist yet.  You work on small teams with other really smart developers with endless opportunities to take on responsibility, continue learning and mentor others.\n\nOur Tech Stack:\n\nRuby on Rails, Python, PHP, Backbone.js, SQL-Server, PostgreSQL, Git, Elasticsearch, Capistrano, Redis, Sidekiq, Vagrant, Puppet, Apache, RSpec, Capybara, Cucumber, Watir\n\n What You'll Do:\n\n\n* Design and develop web applications and APIs for the CoverMyMeds product line\n\n* Design and develop internal support software  for our own awesome coworkers\n\n* Help our world-class support team solve tough customer issues\n\n* Contribute to and improve revision control and deployment in our fast-paced, agile environment\n\n\n


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