Rails Application Engineer
Who we are
AdGear is an advertising technology company located in Montreal that has been recently acquired by Samsung Electronics, but operates as an independent, fully-owned subsidiary. This means that we get to work on big complex projects with stakeholders located across the globe.
What you’ll do
As a Ruby Application Engineer, you will be responsible for designing, building, deploying and maintaining a client facing application and its API used to configure and provide analytics of a high-volume real-time bidding platform. There will be opportunities to contribute to open source, review code, and share knowledge.
You will be working with experienced, passionate programmers as part of the application team within a broader engineering organization with a strong technical culture.
Find out a bit about people you'll be working with at: http://github.com/adgear/team
You enjoy building things You value craftsmanship in software (http://manifesto.softwarecraftsmanship.org) You enjoy reading code, and you're probably in the habit of reading the source for your dependencies You have experience developing software with Ruby
Other things you probably enjoy or would be interested in learning
Designing and building large systems Designing and maintaining a GraphQL API Performance debugging and tooling Strong database skills (integrity, design, performance)
Some of the tech we currently use
Ruby on Rails PostgreSQL React and Typescript Optional: Rust
Some of the benefits of working with us
Snacks and drinks in the office Board games and Ping-Pong Company outings, roasts, and many more interesting things Yoga in the office once a week Referral bonus Discounts with several partners and vendors Samsung Employee Discounts for Samsung Products Company-paid comprehensive extended health & dental coverage Travel, Life, and Short/Long term disability Insurance Group RRSP Matching Program Group TFSA Program Apply now by sending your resume to [email protected] or visit adgear.com
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