Some unspecified company is apparently looking for a Ruby on Rails developer in Toronto:
We are a Toronto-based software development company looking for someone who is passionate about writing software. You will be working with a small team of Ruby/Rails developers where your input will have a direct impact on the outcome of a project.
Inquiring to get a little more information got me nowhere; not sure if this is a sign that there’s no-one on the other end, it’s email harvesting, or there’s a live job, and they just don’t want to give me any more information.
Rails, git, Merb, JQuery. Ruby’s your thing, sounds like a reasonable stack.
Who are they? What are they doing, and what are they using to make it happen? Where would you fit in? What do you get in return? It’s all open to question. Plus, the complete lack of response to inquiry is mildly suspicious.
For some, Ruby on Rails is already off the beaten track, and Merb is over the cliff. That said, if you weren’t interested in being on the edge, why would you be looking at a Ruby job at all? No matter how much it’s grown, it’s still not the ‘safe’ choice.
I’m a little wary the lack of response to my email, but if you’re looking for a Rails and Merb job in Toronto, you might have to take what you can find, and perhaps you’ll have more luck than I did. If you do, report back and let us know what you find, willya?