Ruby on Rails Developer / Vanso GmbH

Ruby on Rails Developer / Vanso GmbH
Vanso GmbH


VANSO is a software and telecoms company that delivers solutions throughout the financial services industry. We supply smart and innovative products for payments, messaging and apps. Our Value Added Services complement our suite of technological services to offer bespoke solutions to our clientele.

Ruby on Rails Developer

The Ruby on Rails Developer will be responsible for building high-quality web software with the Ruby on Rails framework, maintaining existing web properties, and participating in the planning/creative phase for new projects. Must be able to write maintainable, reusable code, always accompanied by solid software tests. Must be familiar with MySQL database environments, Rails 3. 1/edge Rails, deployment strategies using Amazon EC2. Knowledge of social media APIs is a plus. Ability to work on an agile team in a fast-paced environment is essential. The Rails Developer will report to the Director of Technology.


? Build and maintain a variety of applications and products using the Ruby on Rails framework using Rails 3.1/edge and MYSQL

? Participate in the application architecture and design phases by working collaboratively with other team members

? Maintain quality code standards and industry best practices

? Write software tests for new code


? Minimum 2 Years experience developing Ruby on Rails applications for web

? Knowledge of server administration/deployment strategies

? Understanding of AMAZON AWS and associated products

? Experience in developing high-traffic sites

? Extensive knowledge of MySQL environments

? HAML/SASS knowledge a plus, but not required

? jQuery knowledge a plus

? Experience with Git/GitFlow

? Knowledge of common Ruby libraries (especially Facebook, Twitter)

We Offer:

? Young and fast growing team in an perfect working environment

? Perfect and extraordinary reward


? VANSO GmbH - Rottendorfer Str. 3½ - 97072 Würzburg

? Sandra Veenhof - Phone: +4993130429990 ? E-mail:

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