Captain's log, stardate d263.y38/AB
While we're seeing a lot of new technologies trending and taking over the development landscape, we see the Ruby companies grow bigger and bigger.
Including us! We're hiring again!
Most of our clients use Ruby on Rails for their companies and entrust us with the development of parts of their platform, or even the core itself. Over the years, we've worked for well over thirty different companies using Ruby and Rails, like RakutenTV, Naiz, Ajuntament de Barcelona, Eureka Startups, Atipica, Prototyp, Airrefund, Sonar Music Festival and many more!
Most recently, we have also started working for Spin, the e-scooter platform (acquired by Ford), which rely on us to help them with the evolution of their platform, developed using Ruby on Rails.
Thus, we need to enlarge our team to be able to grow along with our clients, and to be able to take on new projects.
If you want to work in a calm environment, where quality is preferred over quantity, where simplicity wins, from the comfort of your home (or wherever you want, as we're 100% remote) and in a company with a strong company culture and lots of nice perks - including a good salary! -, kindly get in touch with us!
Read our Playbook if you want to know more about who we are and how we work!
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