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Petason is hiring a Remote Ruby Engineer

Seniority Level
Mid Level
Employee Type
Fully Remote
Salary per Year
$70k - $90k
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We're one of the leading platforms for integrative health products. We are committed to improving people's lives by providing high-quality, evidence-based information and educational resources about integrative medicine.

We empower people to live better lives by connecting them with personalized solutions that work for them, in a safe and trusted environment.

It's an online platform where individuals can get access to prescription-grade supplements, skin care products, and other integrative health products from licensed providers while receiving guidance from medical professionals.

You can make an impact by joining our team. You are a person of high moral character and integrity, who likes to leave things better than how they found them because it's right for you do what is easy rather than what is good or best in this world
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We're looking for Ruby Engineers who are excited to work on an ambitious project with the possibility of growing into something bigger. Our tool is built using our company's own proprietary API in Rails, but you'll be able help build and expand it too!

You will need skills like object-oriented programming or design patterns because these techniques go hand-in-hand when designing robust APIs that can withstand traffic spikes caused by high velocity websites such as Netflix'es US web UI .

  1. A chance
  2. New beginnings
  3. Make waves!
  4. Independent thinkers
  5. Strong
  6. Driven
  7. Inspirational
  8. Dedicated

A perfect match would also include knowledge about how data persistence works because those types fragility should always remain a top priority if we want user experiences lasting more than one visit.

We believe in doing things well and providing an experience for developers. Our team hosts internal training on all sorts of topics including React, to Kubernetes with the goal that everyone here has a basic understanding about what's happening behind-the-scenes on every project they work through!