Fabricly: Rails Programmer

Posted by | February 12, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips

Location: New York, NY

URL: http://www.fabricly.com

Fabricly is a fast growing fashion ecommerce company based in New York looking for an awesome Rails programmer to join a small team. You will help push the way clothes are conceived and sold into the 21st century. You’ll get all the benefits of being an early employee including product ownership and a chance to shape our company/engineering culture. Fabricly was founded in 2010 with backing from Y Combinator and Atomico Ventures (Skype founders’ fund).
The Role
You’ll help to build what we think will become the world’s best fashion ecommerce site. You’ll be a major contributor of new ideas as we evolve our product. You should be happy to pitch in on all areas of the application from front-end jQuery and CSS to back-end data processing, query and storage. You should value collaboration but be able to make good decisions alone. You’ll also be keen to explore and evaluate new technologies and work on exploratory projects.
You should have:
  • Ruby on Rails experience (at least 1 year, preferably more) and a deep understanding of web app development
  • Made significant contributions to at least one medium/large Rails based application
  • Strong grasp of front-end development including CSS and jQuery
  • A need to write clean, well tested and documented code
  • Good appreciation of usability concerns
  • Good understanding (if not practical experience) of scaling issues and solutions
Bonus points:
  • Some experience with NoSQL data stores
  • Experience with Heroku and cloud-based environments (specifically EC2)
  • Experience building APIs
  • Cool side projects that you’d like to show us
  • Entrepreneurial sense – you’ll take an interest in the long-term success of the business
Benefits:
  • Fun and flexible work environment
  • Equity package
  • Competitive salary
  • Healthcare

To apply: Please email hello@fabricly.com, tell us a little about yourself, outline your past work experience (with links) and why you’d like to work for Fabricly. If you have them, please include a link to your github profile and linkedin profile. If you’ve bu

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