Devver is looking for another developer to add to their team, working on “cloud-based tools for Ruby hackers”:
Devver is building cloud-based tools for Ruby hackers – tools that tell you more about your code and make you more productive. We’re looking for a top-notch Ruby hacker to help us build the next generation of developer tools.
Devver was funded by TechStars in the summer of 2008. We recently closed a funding round that included a major San Francisco VC firm as well as a group of stellar angels.
We are looking to add another developer to our team. We’re located in Boulder, CO but are comfortable working with a distributed team. This is a full-time position.
This job will require you to solve new and interesting problems on a daily basis. You’ll help us do everything from fixing bugs to building features to refining our architecture.
In return for your hard work, you’ll be rewarded with a significant piece of equity along with a competitive salary.
The Cloud is at the very least an interesting technology challenge, and possibly the future of development. Ruby on is at the very least an interesting languages, and possibly the future of … ok, well, I wouldn’t go that far, although I know some that would. 😉 They sound like they’re focused on getting stuff done, and doing so in a test-driven, iterative way, which is a great thing if they’re serious about it. One of their tools sounds like it might be distributed-testing-related, which could be interesting. Mostly, it just sounds like an interesting and funded startup doing interesting things.
They’re comfortable with a distributed team, but does that include those of us in Toronto, or just a distributed team in the states? Boulder is, I gather, a nice place to live if you’re not opposed to move in the long term.
What’s does Devver consider a competitive compensation? What’s their funding history — how much money do they have, and what’s the burn rate and revenue? Is the team already distributed, and if so, how do they manage the distributed work? What’s the size and composition of the team? What other tools are they considering building? What’s the ‘cloud’ they’re using?
Your mileage may vary when it comes to remote work. I know it’s not my first choice, but for the right company I’d be willing to try and make it work. Your mileage might also vary when it comes to Ruby, but if that’s true, you probably don’t want this job.
If you’re looking for a role in an interesting Ruby startup, and you’re willing to convince Devver that you’re worth the hassle of working with a Torontonian, could be just the thing for you.