201 Ruby on Rails developers in 67 agencies found

Full-stack Ruby on Rails Developer
✓ Ruby / Ruby on Rails ✓ HTML4 / HTML5 / HAML / SLIM / JavaScript / CoffeScript / AMP ✓ CSS / SASS / LESS ✓ Relational Database ( MySQL / PostgresSQL ) ✓ NGINX / Apache ✓ Capistrano / ShipitJ...
3 Projects completed
GMT West Europe
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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
AS
Ruby on Rails developer with great experience in building complex APIs and integrations
I'm a Ruby on Rails developer with great experience in building complex APIs and integrations. Recently I've also built several chatbots and integrated applications with 3rd party systems.
2 Projects completed
GMT+2 East Europe
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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
Experienced Back-end developer specialized in Ruby-on-Rails
Yurii is independent, open-minded and smart. He likes to take complicated tasks and challenges on projects and thus shows quick professional growth. Normally, Yurii is shy but quite charismatic. Colle...
1 Project completed
GMT+2 East Europe
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Updated: 18 Feb 2019
NS
Front end Developer
Web developer focusing on the front end with over 10 years experience. Proficient working with HTML, CSS, Javascript, and the latest frameworks like Backbone, React, Angular, and Node. Focusing on sta...
3 Projects completed
GMT West Europe
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Updated: 22 Feb 2019
Senior PHP Developer
Web developer focusing on the front end with over 10 years experience. Proficient working with HTML, CSS, Javascript, and the latest frameworks like Backbone, React, Angular, and Node. Focusing on sta...
4 Projects completed
GMT West Europe
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Updated: 22 Feb 2019
Senior Markup Engineer and UX/UI Designer
I’m a CSS ninja and love making your designs come to life with HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript. Besides doing the markup for static designs, I have experience working with sites deployed via Ruby on Rails...
2 Projects completed
GMT+2 East Europe
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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
AM
Solution Architect and CTO
I’ve been in the tech industry for 15+ years and take a bird’s eye view beyond hype to design solutions for complex projects. I’m a Ruby on Rails enthusiast and have a passion for API security. In fac...
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Updated: 20 Feb 2019
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Updated: 13 Feb 2019
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Updated: 13 Feb 2019

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Ruby on Rails

The Сomplete Guide to Hiring a Ruby on Rails Developer

Ruby on Rails is a combination of the Ruby programming language and front-end technologies for creating web applications that run on a web server. In other words, it is a server-side web application framework, so Ruby on Rails developers are considered to be back-end developers. They use a modular approach to writing Ruby code by using small libraries that are called “gems.” Typical daily tasks of a Ruby on Rails developer include the development of all server-side logic, database design and management, and ensuring responsiveness to requests from the front-end.

If you are looking for Ruby on Rails specialists, please check out this article, where we will explain which skills and knowledge are usually required from Ruby on Rails programmers.

Checking hard skills of Ruby on Rails programmer

RoR-specific questions:

  1. What is a swapfile and what is it used for? How does the garbage collector work?
  2. What is a code style guide? What style guides in Ruby and Javascript do you know?
  3. What is MRI (Matz Ruby Interpreter)? What role does it play in the software lifecycle?
  4. What are some use cases of tests? Is it always good to write tests? What approaches in test writing do you know? What test instruments in Ruby do you know?
  5. Philosophy question: How would you organise a RoR application where front-end is written with React.js/Angular.js/Vue.js?

General questions:

  1. What is strict typing and how does it differ from dynamic typing? What are pros and cons of each one?
  2. What is Microservice? What are the pros and cons of microservices architecture against monolith application?

So here is a complete list of skills to consider:

  1. Solid knowledge of the Ruby programming language.
  2. Experience with Rails and other common libraries, such as RSpec and Resque.
  3. Understanding of server-side templating languages, such as Liquid or Slim, and server-side CSS preprocessors, such as SASS, LESS, or Stylus.
  4. Experience in developing highly interactive applications for a wide range of users.
  5. Familiarity with relational databases, such as PostgreSQL, and NoSQL data stores.
  6. Understanding of the MVC (Model-View-Controller) approach.
  7. Basic understanding of front-end technologies, such as JavaScript, HTML5, XML, and CSS3.
  8. Ability to integrate the front-end with back-end.
  9. Proficiency with the Linux/Unix/MacOS X environments.
  10. Experience in creating RESTful web services.
  11. Ability to think logically in order to define problems, gather data and draw conclusions.
  12. Ability to carry out regular code reviews in order to improve code quality, design and tests.

Review the soft skills of candidates

YouTeam is a platform for hiring experienced software engineers, not junior developers. Here are the two of the most useful screening questions, you can ask candidates to help identify their level of professionalism.

  1. Please describe your previous experience. What was the complexity of these projects? What was your role on those projects?

What to look for in candidates’ answers:

  • Is s/he dedicated more to quality (clean code, code style) or to quantity (number of features delivered, product time to market)?
  • Is s/he a team player?
  • Level of responsibility.
  1. How do you deal with issues you are facing for the first time and don’t know how to resolve?

What to look for in candidates’ answers:

  • Is s/he a deep thinker or a code first then check person?
  • Does s/he engage teammates to discuss unknown issues?
  • Is s/he multi-functional person? Can s/he do DevOps tasks? Can s/he do front-end tasks?

There are no good or bad answers, it just allows to understand if a given candidate is a fit for your particular project.

We hope this article will save you time getting prepared for interviewing candidates. We hope you become a hiring rock star and succeed with your project by putting the right professionals into the right roles on your development project.

 

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