Open Source has become the technology that businesses of all sizes have begun to build their strategies around.
The days when apps were just built for smartphones is over now and we have a plethora of connected TVs, IoT devices in our homes, location based services, augmented reality, small business, utility, AI embedded and payment apps.
2017 seems to have been the year of DevOps so far but one wonders how many companies have been influenced by the hype without really realising where they should be heading and how.
Full stack Ruby on Rails Developer - London - Use development to help people improve their mental health
I am working with a start-up who have made it their mission to help people struggling with mental health issues and are also helping them to do it as a team. They want to add multiple Full stack Ruby on Rails developers to their growing team.
Salary: £50000 - £80000
Also on offer:
Come and help
They need a Full stack Ruby on Rails developer to join them to help take their business/product from beta to scale. You will be spearheading the backend development in Ruby on Rails and help the team in the Front end.
You will be working collaboratively and have a strong voice in the company in regards to the product, development and general direction. They want someone who wants to have a voice and be an integral member of the team.
What you will need
A bit about us
You will be joining a small but heavily funded company that are trying to have a positive impact on people. They work with real people getting real feedback on the product rather than just trying to sell gadgets and apps.
The start-up allows people struggling with mental illness connect with people that are suffering similar issues and help motivate each other to face the challenges of their daily lives. Mentors that have lived through the same issues lead the group, providing guidance and sharing their own experiences, lead these groups.
What's in it for you?
How can I join?
If you're ready right now - press the button below. If you want a chat to find out more please call 0203 793 6798 (I'm Ethan) or by email email@example.com.