Senior Ruby on Rails Developer / SponsorPay

Senior Ruby on Rails Developer / SponsorPay
Berlin, Germany

SponsorPay is the world’s leading cross-platform value-exchange advertising solution. We power innovative brand engagement and direct response campaigns on social networks, mobile apps as well as online games and services.

SponsorPay is headquartered in Berlin with offices in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, Istanbul, and Tokyo.

We are looking for 'smart and get things done' developers who thrive on working in a startup environment.

Design, develop and maintain an in-game advertising & monetization platform, based on Ruby on Rails. Be part of a SCRUM team that focuses on one of the SponsorPay Products (e.g. our Mobile App Distribution Product or our Brandengage Video Platform) Full stack development from the database all the way to the browser Mentor and coach other developers Help identify new technologies and techniques that can improve our apps and or our development processes

Essential skills and experience
Passionate about software development - naturally you have your own pet projects Experience driving professional Ruby on Rails projects in an Agile environment 5+ years software development experience, 3+ years experience with Ruby OO design skills Strong testing background (TATFT) Very comfortable with Git and Github Proactive with a focus on getting things done

Awesome Extras
Essential skills and experience Experience with high-traffic production systems with 1000s of requests per second Experience with one or more of the MVC JavaScript frameworks (Ember, Backbone, Batman, Angular…) NoSQL experience

What We Offer
Work in a team with more than 15 talented developers, a lot of them senior Product driven environment Casual work environment characterized by flat hierarchies, a family-like atmosphere and open discussion Support and assistance in relocating from outside of Berlin Competitive remuneration package Fruit & free drinks everyday :)

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