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\nWe're looking for a full-time full stack Rails developer to help build and maintain our social media management tool, Edgar. Edgar launched in mid-2014 and has thousands of happy, beautiful, paying customers that will use the features you build every day. We’re growing ~20% month on month. (No pressure, right?)\n\nYou’ll be working on big, exciting projects like optimizing our Sidekiq queuing system to work JIT, migrating our customer analytics code to use a middle layer like segment.io, and getting our onboarding juuuust right so that every user has a mind-blowing experience from their very first login.\n\nOur stack is Rails 4, Ruby 2.2, Heroku, Postgres, Sidekiq + Redis, HAML, ES6 and React.js.\n\nWe do a fair amount of pair programming and a lot of code reviews, we love solid tests and CI, and we’re pretty close to CD. Basically? We’re constantly improving our process so we can create an ideal developer environment - low overheads, high transparency, and as flat as we can be. Estimates were inaccurate and irrelevant, so we dropped ‘em. Artificial deadlines weren’t doing it for us, so we switched from scrum to pure kanban and never looked back. When something isn’t working, we’re not afraid to throw it out and try something new - so if you have exciting ideas about the dev process and how to make your own job even easier, you’ll fit right in. (We’re open-minded like that.)\n\nYou’ll also have final responsibility for features, from inception all the way through to delivery, so your teammates know exactly who to shower with praise when you score a big win.
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