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Ruby on Rails Developer

London, United Kingdom

Company Description

Billetto is a Danish VC-backed media-tech startup based out of London and Copenhagen. We are growing rapidly and are always on the lookout for passionate and talented people to join our teams in London, Copenhagen and Stockholm. 

Billetto is, at its core, a simple self-service ticketing platform, designed to make event creation and selling tickets easier than ever. Unlike traditional ticketing services like Ticketmaster and Eventbrite, Billetto is a social and mobile events community, where people can discover local events and follow their favourite artists, venues and promoters. 

In other words, Billetto is taking on the dinosaur ticketing industry, by bringing artists and audiences closer together. We believe passionately in the power of events to change attitudes, lives and, ultimately, the world. Life revolves around moments and Billetto inspires everybody to do more of what makes them happy.

Check out our site: http://www.billetto.com

Job Description

You will be part of a young, energetic team where 'freedom with responsibility' is key. Our tech team is made up of a diverse bunch of hackers who are all passionate about startups. We work with the newest technologies and only use tools that we enjoy working with. If you are interested in the startup world and want to learn first-hand by working hard for a growing startup then you have found the right place. 

Your responsibilities will cover all aspects of our backend: such as Ticketing, Reporting and Social Event Discovery. 

We also offer a good salary with benefits and an office in central London.

Qualifications

  • You are a skilled Web Developer with passion for your work
  • You see solutions instead of obstacles
  • You are a teamplayer
  • You have a minimum of 3 years experience with Ruby on Rails
  • You have a good understanding of and experience with Object Oriented Programming
  • You are used to working with Version Control Systems (git, svn etc)
  • You know your way around HTML5 / CSS / Javascript


Ideally you would have worked with:

  • Ruby 1.9
  • Rails 3.2
  • jQuery
  • TDD / BDD 
  • Git / Github / Pull Requests
  • API development
  • Cloud Hosting (EngineYard, Amazon EC2, Amazon S3 etc.)
  • Payment Gateways
  • High Traffic Websites
  • Caching

Additional Information

Billetto UK Ltd

International House, 1 St.Katharine's Way,
E1W 1UN, London