Need Full-time Senior Ruby Dev with CSS/Jquery skills etc

Subject says it all. jan_drake@hotmail.com

No... it doesn't... :slight_smile:

Company? Location? On-site or telecommute? etc...

-philip

... salary?

Perhaps the OP just forgot the '?' on the subject and is the one looking for work. After all, a company wouldn't use a @hotmail.com address, right? :wink:

-Rob

Rob Biedenharn
http://agileconsultingllc.com
  Rob@AgileConsultingLLC.com
http://gaslightsoftware.com
  rab@GaslightSoftware.com

It depends… what if he is calling you to work at Hotmail (Microsoft)? :stuck_out_tongue:

Why ROR developer with CSS skill? CSS web designing and JQuery front end skill is a completely different skill from Programming skill.

Touché

Rob Biedenharn

http://agileconsultingllc.com

Rob@AgileConsultingLLC.com

http://gaslightsoftware.com

rab@GaslightSoftware.com

I don't think you can develop decent websites using RoR without both
Ruby and CSS (and html and probably SQL) knowledge.

Colin

I know that. But knowing everything is not an option. Then you dont need to develop this in ROR. You can opt for any frameworks, PHP, Java etc.

With ROR, the developers are able to focus on developing with just the Ruby language. The complexities are put behind. ROR developers more focus on implementing the functionality in a much faster manner.

Forcing ROR developer to learn CSS is a hypocrazy. That means the leadership dont know anything about
ROR technology. CSS and JQuery stuff should be given to web designers who are trained for that.
Dont mix up.

Amala Singh wrote:

I know that. But knowing everything is not an option. Then you dont need
to
develop this in ROR. You can opt for any frameworks, PHP, Java etc.

With ROR, the developers are able to focus on developing with just the
Ruby
language. The complexities are put behind. ROR developers more focus on
implementing the functionality in a much faster manner.

Forcing ROR developer to learn CSS is a hypocrazy. That means the
leadership
dont know anything about
ROR technology. CSS and JQuery stuff should be given to web designers
who
are trained for that.
Dont mix up.

No. You shouldn't expect your Web developers to be greаt designers, but
you absolutely should expect them to know CSS reasonably well. As for
JavaScript, that's programming, not design. It makes sense for Web
developers to know it.

[Note to Andreas: the spam filter on ruby-forum banned "greаt design".
WTF?]

Best,

Hello I have interest in this job.

http://www.linkedin.com/in/philipecasarotte

I know that. But knowing everything is not an option. Then you dont need to
develop this in ROR. You can opt for any frameworks, PHP, Java etc.

With ROR, the developers are able to focus on developing with just the Ruby
language. The complexities are put behind. ROR developers more focus on
implementing the functionality in a much faster manner.

Forcing ROR developer to learn CSS is a hypocrazy. That means the leadership
dont know anything about
ROR technology. CSS and JQuery stuff should be given to web designers who
are trained for that.
Dont mix up.

That is ok for developers with leadership staff, software engineers
and web developers. I suspect (though I have no evidence) that the
majority of RoR developers are programmers and web developers.
Certainly this is true in many cases. In my case there is me to
fulfill all roles. Again I suspect that I am not the only one in this
situation.

Actually I am not sure how it would work even with separate
developers. Do the CSS/html experts do the views and the programmers
do the models and controllers? I just don't see how it would work.
Presumably it does in your case however. How do you organise things?

Colin

Hey Amala,

You are right to some extent. But I strongly feel that knowing a
language
with CSS and HTML is not wrong and its not the pressure. A web
developer
should know all the things related to web development.
Anf if anyone has knowledge of both front-end and functionality part
then its really good
for him/her as well as for the organization.

Thanks,
Nidhi

You are utterly hilarious. You're describing a fantasy world.

I've worked with dozens of good designers over the years and not a
single one of them ever wanted to even see the code, much less develop
it. People who can draw and have a flair for art are almost never
interested in code.

A web developer who doesn't know CSS and Javascript isn't a web developer.

Leadership doesn't EVER know very much about the actual technology,
it's the developers job to know and then advise them. Jesus, you're
clueless. The real world where real companies have real clients and
real projects simply doesn't work the way you describe.