Berlin-based job openings for Ruby on Rails developers (f/m)

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Ruby-on-rails developers (f/m) location: Berlin, Germany

  • You’re a software developer (f/m) looking for a new challenge in a startup or in an established company?
  • You have experience with Ruby and you also did it on Rails?
  • You may have build stuff on the Front-end or in the Back-end and used Ruby frameworks like Sinatra?
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  • You also want to develop your skills and challenge yourself?

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What do you mean by f/m?

~Spaceghost

Female/male

It is quite usual in Germany to mention that a job is open for both genders by adding either the English abbreviation m/f or the German m/w.

But quite unusual in America to even specify it -- I cannot recall ever seeing that noted in a job offering.

Walter

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Oh, that’s so odd.

Is that just cultural or do opportunities usually advertise towards one gender over another?

Are there jobs that are open to one gender but not the other?

~Johnneylee

You must be new here. Let me be the first to welcome to you.

it was a bit odd. Male / female is usually implied :slight_smile:

I meant beyond the implicit. Clever joke, I certainly hope that it was made in contempt for the state of the craft.

~Spaceghost

The 03/07/13, Pandya, Amit wrote:

in America - does not discriminate in employment matters on the basis of
race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, military service
eligibility, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status,
disability, or any other protected class. We support workplace diversity

http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/practices/

It's the same in Europe. ,-)