256 Ruby developers in 95 agencies found

OA
Test Automation QA Engineer | QA Team Lead | QC| Manual QA Engineer | Ruby | Python
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019
Senior Ruby on Rails developer
- 6+ years in Ruby/Rails; - Strong understanding of relational (Postgres/MySQL) and non-relational databases (Redis, Elasticsearch, DocumentDB); - Very comfortable with Git and GitHub - Heavy exper...
GMT+2 East Europe
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019
Startup's competitive advantage person. CTO/Developer lead 5 startups to series A, Acquisitions and big fundraising.
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Updated: 14 Jun 2019
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019
MB
Live and breath computers & development for over 15 years. I specialise in architecture and development of large scale apps and blockchain technology.
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019
Ruby on Rails, React.js. Developer
I'm RoR and good at JavaScript as well. I've got a wide range of skills and knowledge. Started developing at 2014 (on Rails 3). I'm hard-working, always interested in the project's success, ready to s...
3 Projects completed
GMT+4 Russia Europian Region
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019
AK
Senior ROR developer
Working as RoR developer I participated in number of large and successful startup projects in marketing, e-commerce, health and finance industries. - Ruby 1.8.x, 1.9.x, 2.x - Rails 3.2.x, Rails 4...
3 Projects completed
GMT West Europe
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Updated: 12 Jun 2019
6 years experienced Full Stack Ruby on Rails Developer
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Updated: 21 Jun 2019
Automation QA Engineer | Ruby | Python | C/C++ | JavaScript
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Updated: 24 Jun 2019

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Ruby

This Is How You Interview a Ruby Developer

Ruby is a dynamic, open source programming language that sets its prime focus on productivity and simplicity. Software development agencies choose Ruby because of its elegant syntax that is easy to write and read. If you want your software to be written in this language, it’s high time to search and hire Ruby developers. In this article, we are going to outline some key technical skills that will help you spot an ideal candidate for the position of a Ruby developer.

What a Ruby Programmer Has to Know

  • Ruby programmers should demonstrate good skills in Ruby syntax and its nuances.
  • An experienced Ruby developer should be able to provide a clean, efficient, and high-quality Ruby code along with reusable Ruby libraries.
  • Good understanding of both goal-oriented and functional programming is also important for Ruby developers because of Ruby’s support of these paradigms.
  • A Ruby developer should have experience with JavaScript/jQuery.
  • A Ruby programmer should have an understanding of the MVC concepts and patterns.
  • Experience with consuming web services, such as XML or JSON, and building RESTful web services also belongs to the skillset of a professional Ruby programmer.
  • A Ruby developer should have experience with popular web application frameworks, such as Rails, Lotus, Sinatra, Grape, etc., depending on project requirements.
  • A professional Ruby programmer should possess an experience with cloud computing and cloud services, such as AWS.
  • An experienced Ruby developer should understand Unix commands and be able to execute them in a Linux/Unix terminal/command line.
  • Experience with both external and embedded databases, such as ActiveRecord, MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc., also belongs to qualifications of a Ruby programmer.
  • A Ruby developer should understand the essential design principles behind a scalable application.
  • A Ruby programmer should understand how typical Rails deployment works with Capistrano or Mina.
  • Experience with background job runners, such as Sidekiq, is also important for Ruby programmers.
  • A Ruby developer should be able to create database schemas that represent and support business processes.
  • A Ruby programmer should be familiar with DevOps tools, such as Jenkins.

If your Ruby developer candidate is able to demonstrate most of these skills not only in their CV but also during the technical interview, then you are lucky. We wish you a fruitful cooperation with your new employees!