Front End Developer

Formstack, the most flexible and powerful form building application, is looking for a Front-End Developer to add to its already awesome Product Design team.

Formstack is a 10 year old company with its roots in Indianapolis. Our customers span 110 different countries, and our employees live and work across the U.S. and the globe. We provide a remote work environment that is flexible and provides great freedom for those who can perform.

Job Description:

In this position you will work on a cross-functional team around a specific part of the app. Your team will work together in a scrum methodology to deliver new features and improvements to the Formstack platform. You will be responsible for implementing new front end code, improving and maintaining existing functionality. You will also work with the product design team to improve and maintain our custom built UI Library. You will also have a lot of fun collaborating, playing games, solving really difficult problems and building relationships with some really awesome, talented people.

What You Will Do:

– You will collaborate with a cross functional team around a specific part of the app. You’ll work with Product Designers, Product Managers, Developers, QA Testers and UX Researchers.
– Work with your team in a agile process to deliver each projects goals.
– Develop and test across multiple browsers, platforms and devices – including smartphones and tablets.
– Help improve and maintain our custom frontend UI library, optimizing it and making our whole front end codebase as efficient as possible. The next great Formstacker will also work with the Development department to assure a smooth hand-off of assets for implementation, work with both the Product Design and Development teams to implement their designs in an agile workflow environment and effectively manage their time across multiple projects and tasks in a deadline-driven, team environment.

Who You Are:

You enjoy working in a collaborative environment that values critical & constructive discussions about design and development. You’re passionate about web apps and modern, user-centered web design and development. If that’s you, you might be just what we need!

How You Qualify:

You must have a minimum of 1-3 years experience working in a fast-paced environment AND:

– Experience using CSS preprocessors such as SASS or LESS.
– Experience writing awesome HTML5 and CSS3.
– Solid experience with JS, particularly AngularJS.
– Experience with version control systems (Git).
– Comfortable using command line tools.
– Experience with responsive design concepts.
– Experience or a high level of interest in usability and user experience.
– Knowledge of how to best design to solve business and user problems. Ability to understand the needs of customers.
– Experience with relevant design tools.
– Strong written and verbal communication skills.

Extra Credit Qualifications:

– Experience with frontend UI libraries (Foundation, Bootstrap, custom).
– Experience with frontend unit testing (Mocha, Jasmine, Karma, Protractor etc.).
– Experience with task runners such as Grunt/Gulp (or Makefile).
– Experience with javascript frameworks (AngularJS, React, Ember.js, Polymer etc.).
– Experience with Node.js.
– Experience with Lean/Agile methodologies.
– Experience working on a SaaS product

Learn More About How Our Team Works:

Everyone on our team blogs about working at Formstack. We dive into the details on our process, tools and anything else we feel like sharing.

What Formstack Offers:

– Remote environment
– Medical, Dental, Vision as well as company-paid Disability and Life Insurance Benefits.
– 401k with matching company contribution
– Friday Lunch (Indianapolis Office)
– The most up-to-date technology, including company-issued Macs, the latest software and other tools needed to excel at your job
– Company-paid conferences and extended learning
– Yearly company gatherings
– Generous PTO

Want to learn more about who we are and what we value? Check out this Video ( and apply if you want to jump into the next great chapter of your life!

About Formstack

Formstack is a 10 year old company. Our customers span 110 different countries, and our employees live and work across the U.S. and the globe. We provide a remote work environment that is flexible and provides great freedom for those who can perform.

We Have Great Benefits:

* The most up-to-date software
* Friday-lunches paid for by Formstack (for employees in Indianapolis)
* Remote working office
* Company-contributions to HSA
* Yearly team-building event for the whole company
* 401k Safe Harbor Match
* Generous PTO policy
* All the snacks you can handle
* Monthly company “fun”
* All the pings and pongs you can handle!



Senior Ruby on Rails Developer

Since 2007, Quimbee has helped law students prepare for classes and final exams. Starting at $15 per month, law students get access to a comprehensive database of case summaries, video lessons, practice questions, and a legal dictionary. Over the past nine years and through sheer word of mouth, we have become one of the most widely used and trusted sites for law students, serving both institutional clients, such as American University and University of Illinois, as well as thousands of individual law students.We’re headquartered in Charlotte, NC, but we’re big believers in remote working. Our team is spread out among Taiwan, Uruguay, and different cities in the U.S. We don’t mind where you work, so long as you’re passionate and hardworking. To stay in touch, we mostly use Google Hangouts and Slack. To stay organized, we use Pivotal Tracker and Basecamp. But overall we think we’re low bureaucracy. We use a lightweight agile process. We have a pretty much horizontal organization so everyone in our team is encouraged to bring new ideas which could drive our business in new or improved ways.

As our site has grown, so has our need for exceptional designers and developers. We have had the privilege of working with some outstanding dev shops in the past, but we’ve moved on to building our own full-time dev team since 2014. We like small teams and we try not to grow the team unless we really feel the need. With our application growing in size, usage, and complexity, we can now see that we’re in dire need of welcoming a new versatile, experienced developer to the team. That’s where you come in.

Who We’re Looking For

You must be a senior developer. Technically we’re mostly interested in your recent Ruby on Rails and general web development experience at all levels of the stack, from Angular (or similar) front end apps, to dealing with search engines, DB query tuning, and everything in between, but we’d expect you to have worked with other languages/frameworks during your career. You’ll join a very small tech team, so your voice will be heard when we need to make new technical decisions as our product grows. We expect you to go beyond coding to give input on the product roadmap, design, and architecture.

These are some of the tasks (beyond “simply” coding new features and fixing bugs) our tech team has been dealing with over the last few years so you can get a big picture of the tasks you’d be involved with:

  • Investigate and mitigate memory bloat (we’ve used coverband, oink, skylight and other tools).
  • Handle a layered fragment caching system via a Russian Doll caching scheme.
  • Write scripts to automate Markdown processing and manipulation (we’ve used Pandoc having to dive a bit in Haskell).
  • Write scripts to import content from Word documents.
  • Constantly add new features without rewriting the app from scratch while maintaining a high level of code maintainability.
  • Use feature toggling techniques to maintain our master branch constantly deployable to production.
  • Maintain a sane set of automatic tests (we use Rspec and Capybara) without being dogmatic about 100% code coverage.
  • Prepare our platform for changing our payments processing backend without stopping our service and maintaining our low level of money related bugs.
  • Keep our Ionic Framework based mobile app updated with new features and make sure that our changes in the backend are compatible with the existing mobile app version.

Our application is currently based on these main technologies:

  • Ruby 2.2.x, Rails 4.2.x, Bootstrap, SASS, Ionic Framework.

Some of our upcoming possible tasks are:

  • We might migrate all our payments and subscriptions related code from Chargify to Stripe. Have any related experience? Let us know!
  • Try a new approach for our mobile app. Some alternatives could be a closer-to-the-web approach, using Turbolinks and pure server-rendered HTML views similar to how Basecamp does it, or maybe trying out React Native? Do you have better alternatives/suggestions? Speak out!
  • We’re considering migrating some/all of our current Angular based code to React or Elm.
  • We’ll be adding a bunch of different dashboards with stats per user, per group of users, etc. Have any experience extracting this kind of data from a DB and/or using JS graphing libraries? Don’t forget to mention it!
  • We’re rebuilding our search engine, so if you have experience integrating advanced search services into web and mobile apps you have extra points!

Generally speaking, you should be:

  • A versatile engineer. You know what you don’t know and feel comfortable learning new skills. You’re not ashamed of recognizing mistakes and take measures to avoid falling again.
  • A team player. We working remotely doesn’t mean you’re going to work alone. We share code-ownership as much as possible. You’ll have to fix other people’s code as much as other teammates will be fixing yours.
  • A full-stack developer. You have lots of experience building Rails applications, and you’re also very comfortable writing front-end code (HTML/CSS/JS).
  • A minimalist. You believe a new feature should be built only when the evidence supports it. You’re willing to push back when you believe this rule is being ignored or violated.
  • A great communicator. You communicate your ideas, feedback, and criticism thoroughly, clearly, and courteously. You believe there’s no such thing as over-explaining or over-clarifying because that’s how miscommunication is avoided.



  • 3+ years experience in Ruby on Rails development
  • A CS degree, or a strong software engineering foundation demonstrated in other ways
  • HTML5, CSS, JS fluency
  • Know how the web works under the hood. TCP, HTTP, DNS, IP, caches, etc.
  • Experience in a front-end framework like Ember, Angular, React or Elm
  • Experience writing tests and refactoring. We use Rspec and Capybara.
  • Must be very comfortable with Git and version-control. Experience solving complex merging conflicts.
  • Strong knowledge of SQL in general and PostgreSQL in particular

Bonus Points for experience with:

  • UI/UX design skills
  • Implementing HTML5/SASS from PSD designs.
  • Bootstrap.
  • Hosting apps in Heroku, monitoring and scaling them up/down.
  • Pivotal Tracker
  • Working on a remote team
  • Implementing a custom Ruby CMS
  • Implementing a SaaS application or with subscription-based businesses generally
  • A/B testing and conversion optimization, particularly tools such as Optimizely or Unbounce
  • Implementing and/or measuring KPIs for SaaS, such as churn, LTV, and event-based analytics, particularly tools such as Mixpanel or Kissmetrics
  • Implementing user-visible dashboards, graphing data and showing stats/analytics in general.


What We Offer:

  • $100K – $125k Salary
  • Generous PTO policy
  • $5,000 budget for workstation setup
  • A great, stable and small team to work with


Product Manager (SAAS)

Headquarters: Phoenix

Product Manager:

We are a young and rapidly growing real estate software/marketing company, and we are looking for an amazing product manager to lead our product team!

What you’ll do:

• Become the CEO of the product
• Coordinate between development, QA, Sysadmin, and project manager to deliver an awesome user experience
• Prevent issues by establishing processes for monitoring and optimizing all systems and databases
• Identify potential issues and handle them in a timely manner to keep our commitment to frequently ship new improvements to our customers
• Monitor and measure launched products and feed learnings back into product development with engineering, design and customer advocacy/success
• Manage the product team’s day to day activities
• Usability testing with engineering and UI/UX teams
• Manage new feature development, testing and deployment
• Prioritize product improvements based on user feedback, usability testing and informed intuition


• SaaS product management experience
• Experience managing teams of engineers, designers, and QA’s
• Engineering/technical background
• Problem-solving, organizational and analytical skills
• Excellent written & verbal communication
• Amazing organizational skills
• Experience in writing product specifications, user stories and technical requirements
• You have an eye for design and an ear for the user
• Demonstrated leadership activities


• 70k + benefits to start
• Telecommute position



Send a summary of your experience to

Senior Software Engineer

Remote (or DC local) position for authorized U.S. workers. No visa sponsorship available at this time, sorry.


Help us create the digital curriculum of the future.

Our well-funded, fast-growing education technology startup is looking for software engineers to help us create essential tools for teachers, students, districts, and parents. You will play a key role in building LearnZillion’s technology platform and shaping its future. You will work closely with product designers, software engineers, product managers, academics, our co-founders, and user community to build our world-class web and mobile applications.

You should be technically skilled, focused, and creative.

The Company

LearnZillion is a social enterprise founded by two former teachers. We provide a learning platform that helps teachers and parents meet the educational needs of every student. We are building an online, collaborative, curricular platform with lessons, resources, assessments, and activities created by some of the country’s best teachers.
More about us and our DreamTeam teachers:
LearnZillion is funded through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, NewSchools Venture Fund, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, Learn Capital, Owl Ventures, and others. More than 1M teachers and millions of students in the U.S. use LearnZillion.
Some of our mentions:

Our Team

The Engineering & Design team excels at building product that delights users and solves complex problems simply. We ship product daily, value iteration over big upfront design, pay attention to the details, and help each other improve.

Our team is made up of experienced and newer SaaS product builders. We not only impact LearnZillion but regularly provide thought leadership and code contribution to the third parties we rely on, including many big name tech companies.

Our Technology Stack

  • Ruby on Rails 4 (HAML and SASS+Compass)
  • Ruby 2
  • Postgres
  • Elasticsearch
  • Redis
  • Sidekiq
  • GitHub, Code Climate, Circle CI, automated QA test suite
  • No significant technical debt; we’ve paid it off. 39 reported bugs with a plan to exterminate them.
Key Responsibilities
  • Design and develop full-stack software to add impactful new features for teachers, students, parents, and administrative users
  • Write unit, functional, and integration tests
  • Collaborate with engineering, QA, product, and product design team members
  • Scale our applications as our user base grows
  • 4+ years of web application engineering experience with Ruby on Rails, SQL, HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • A solid understanding of Ruby
  • 1+ years of experience improving the performance of Ruby on Rails applications with Memcached and background job processing frameworks (Sidekiq, Resque, Delayed::Job, etc.)
  • Intrinsically-motivated individual who loves to get things done
  • Competitive salary and paid time off
  • 4% 401(k) contribution matching
  • Remote-work friendly schedule
  • Work daily with top-notch engineering and product design team members
  • Make the digital curriculum of the future a reality for students everywhere

LearnZillion is an equal opportunity employer.

Frontend Developer

Who are we?

Lingoda ( is the market leader in online tutoring and language learning. We are backed by a number of top VCs and business angels including the founders of Zalando and Delivery Hero. Our team of 35 curious adventurers is located in a bright office loft in the center of Berlin.

Who are we looking for?

We are looking for an outstanding Frontend Developer to be part of our growing team. The position is full time with location either in our office in Berlin or working remotely from home. Do you have experience in the following?

  • You love developing software and you love to learn every day
  • You have at least 3 years of solid experience creating web applications (AngularJS, Typescript / ES6, ReactJS)
  • None of these technologies should leave you clueless: Node.js, RESTful Angular, Typescript / ES6, webpack, WebRTC, Redux
  • You know your way around common web technologies like HTML5, CSS (LESS/SASS/PostCSS),
  • You know how to use rebase, merge and fork in Git
  • You are passionate about code quality. Writing tests and documentation belong to your natural workflow
  • You have experience working in an agile team using SCRUM, Kanban or similar methodologies
  • A history of active contributions to open source projects is a plus.

What do we offer?

  • A dynamic and highly motivated team and flat hierarchies
  • Use of Open Source technologies (all of our team members are regular contributors to the Open Source community)
  • The ability to choose your OS (Linux, OS X) and IDE (Eclipse, IntelliJ, NetBeans, …)
  • Powerful hardware system environment (16 GB of memory, SSD hard drive, 2x 24″ monitor)
  • Regular technical exchange with other Berlin-based startups

How to apply

Send your application, including CV and references of previous projects to

We’re hiring a remote Frontend Developer. Join our team!

We’re looking to add an experienced and UX-minded JavaScript engineer to our team.

Posting a job opening is a rare event for us, as nearly every member of our team was individually invited. When we have posted job openings, however, we’ve met and found some truly amazing people. So we’re really excited to meet you!

Location? Probably remote. A good number of us work out of Fuse in Richland, WA, but our team works remotely. We’d prefer someone in the western states—we’ve done the global thing in the past and timezones are a real heartbreaker, let me tell you.

Why &yet?

&yet is a people first organization.

We believe a business can be a prototype of the world you want to live in. We want a more generous, empathic, equal, and loving world, with better mental and physical health, inclusivity, and equality. So that’s how we aim to work and to help each other work. We’re not perfect, but we’re always striving to improve.

What we do

Our team loves to do great things and get stuff done.

We’re open source software builders and consultants. We serve clients and we build and support products like Talky and the Node Security Platform—and, in doing so, create new tools that help others do their own new and innovative work.

We create a lot of realtime applications and services. We build web applications and APIs. Because we have a security consultancy as part of our team, we do a lot that intersects with security, too. You’ll often find us writing JavaScript (frontend and backend), but we’ve done a lot of Python in the past, too. Sometimes we’ll write Go, Lua, C, or a variety of other languages.

We believe in contributing to open source software. We create and help maintain a variety of useful open source tools and community efforts like the Node Security Project and Is WebRTC Ready Yet? (Note: yes, it is.)

Who we are

We have some really great and passionate people on our team. You can get a sense from some of them in conference talks they’ve given, like Lynn Fisher’s “I’ll Be Good at Lots of Things, Thank You Very Much” talk, Amy Lynn Taylor’s “Remote and Better for It” talk, Adam Brault’s “Intentionally Tiny Leaders” talk, or Adam Baldwin’s “Continuous Security” talk.

But in addition to conference talks, we occasionally put on conferences of our own that defy categorization, blow people’s minds, and leave everyone with a lot of deep stuff to think about.

With RealtimeConf, our team used storytelling, theatre, music, and multi-sensory design to create an event that asked people to think about the place of power that technologists have to shape the freedom of society. Our friend Paul Campbell said, “I came home full of ideas and a will to be a better person. Can’t ask any more.”

With &yetConf, we gathered dreamers of diverse backgrounds and aspirations—developers, poets, artists, scientists, activists. It’s hard to put it in words, but if you want to understand what it was like, it’s worth reading Willow, Paddy, Ivana, and Aimee’s accounts of the event, or the things people said about it on Twitter.

&yet is completely bootstrapped, self-funded, and has no plans of selling out to anyone. We’ve been around for almost 9 years now.

What’s it like to work at &yet?

Our goal as an organization is to have every person feel valued as a person—not just for their work, but for their whole self. We really believe that no matter their job title it is every person’s job to make the people around them feel valued, cared about, understood, and encouraged.

The people you’ll be surrounded by as teammates will have high expectations for you because, I mean, you’re awesome. But they’ll also back you up and provide support when you need it.

We invest deeply in people as individuals. We believe that everyone has incredible potential and that by taking care of people really well and by letting them bring their whole selves, we can bring out the absolute best. As a result, all of our team call this the best job they’ve ever had.

Because we’ve been around for almost a decade, we feel quite lucky to have some remarkable alumni and friends who form our extended community. For the majority of folks who’ve been part of our team and since moved on, working at &yet has been an extremely valuable phase in their career.

So enough about us. Let’s talk about you.

You—you, my friend—would play a huge role on our team right out of the gates if you had these qualifications:

  1. You’re a leader—first of yourself. You help drive projects in quality and completeness. You can’t stand being blocked from getting things done and you know how to get unblocked. You strongly prefer not to be managed.
  2. You’re willing to ask questions, look dumb, be wrong, take risks, and fail. You like the idea of committing to a project that means you’ll need to learn a number of new skills along the way and do things you’ve never done before.
  3. You take way more of your share of blame and give way more than your share of credit.
  4. You’re not an Awesome Rock Star Ninja Superstar. When you think about it, you’re happy with how much better you are today than you were yesterday. You’re good but painfully humble about it because you know how much you have to grow and how much you can learn from those around you.
  5. You write well and know how to communicate your thoughts in written form.
  6. You’re very comfortable working in an environment where most of the engagement takes place in chat.
  7. You’re a good communicator and play well with others, recognizing conflict is a creative force when handled correctly.
  8. You’re opinionated and you know how to state your position without being offensive and argue your point without being defensive. (And, when you do get defensive, you know how to own up to it and revisit the conversation with a fresh attitude.)
  9. You accept criticism of your work and take it well. It may hurt because you care about your work and put your heart into it, but you value the result of being able to make several great iterations based on feedback.
  10. You’re a great student and teacher. You don’t ever want to “arrive”–you just want to keep growing.
  11. You love finding ways to make things better—your work, others’ work, and your collaboration together.
  12. You prefer simplicity over complexity, writing clear and accessible code over being clever.
  13. You believe in refactoring as a constant process.
  14. Reading this list makes your heart pound at least a little bit.

Oh, skills? Right. Those are important, too.

  1. You love building applications and interfaces for desktop and mobile. And what you love to build is simple and clear design that works well and is visually minimalistic.
  2. You’re completely comfortable and confident with CSS, including the use of preprocessors such as Sass, Less, Stylus, or PostCSS. You’re constantly reading and discovering the latest methods and sharing them.
  3. You’re very at home with frontend Javascript, have used React and Redux (or some form of the Flux architecture) and enjoy the chance to use primarily these tools in building applications, and you’re confident with clientside MVC (a la Backbone or Ampersand).
  4. You’re comfortable with backend JS and you’ve built something with Node.js.
  5. You know Git and the command line well.
  6. You are always eager to learn how to write more secure code.
  7. You’ve worked in a web framework or two—like Rails, Node.js, Django.
  8. Extra bonus: You don’t mind configuring servers and you’re familiar with Docker.

Intimidated? Don’t be. ❤

Yes, the lists above are ambitious. Yes, you’d be joining a high performing team of remarkable people. But don’t be afraid. 🙂 We are friendly, welcoming, and encouraging, and it would be our honor to have you apply. If you read this far in the job posting, we seriously think you’re really cool 🙂

What we care most about is adding folks to our team who are big-hearted and curious, who believe software is about people and who know how to ship software.

Here’s what you should do next.

  1. Write us something to introduce yourself as whole person. We want to get to know you!
  2. Go item by item through the qualifications and skills lists above and respond to them about yourself. Give yourself a 1-10 rating and add your comments for each. Don’t worry if you feel like there’s something you wish you were better at. We’ve had some amazing people join our team and we’ve found a lot of times the best people don’t think very highly of their own skills.
  3. Send us examples of your work and links to where you’re at online (twitter, github, personal site).
  4. Tell us something that you don’t know that you would like to learn.
  5. Let us know your shirt size, type preference—fitted (women’s cut) or unisex—and your mailing address, and we’ll send you a shirt as a thanks for your time and care in putting together a thorough application.

Send everything to Show us you’re a great fit by going above and beyond the requirements for what’s listed above and giving us a feel for your personality while you do it.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you!

Remote (US-based) Frontend Designer/Developer

Job Description

Dealer Inspire is looking for an experienced developer to join our team. We’re always innovating – we’re looking for people that can own projects and see them through to delivery – while we want rock stars, we’re not interested in prima donnas. Personal responsibility with respect to quality, attention to detail, and contribution of ideas is highly needed to succeed.

At Dealer Inspire, we like to look at current problems and ‘rethink’ about solutions. We’re flexible – we don’t write requirements in stone, and things can change regularly. This means rethinking how the solutions work best. Do you want to come ‘rethink’ with us?

Skills & Requirements

We’re flexible with learning on the job, with corresponding relevant work experience – but, for this position to be successful we need you to know the following, with a strong self-initiative to learn others!


  • Strong JavaScript skills – ie, not tweaking existing jQuery plugins, but the ability to dig in and drive a powerful user experience that supports the major browsers.
  • Strong Sass/SCSS organizational skills. You have a SCSS compiler preference, and defend it to the death.
  • Strong attention to design detail. Matching markup / layout with mockups, and making them better. Knowing when things are off (even by a couple pixels) – and knowing why that impacts the experience negatively.
  • Diagnosis skills. Ability to dive into a reported problem and figure out why things are happening, and knowing what other factors are contributing.

Highly Desired:

  • Some PHP – enough to be dangerous and be comfortable working with code from other backend engineers.
  • Grunt/Gulp/etc – you’ll own the frontend processes for how the code is managed on the browser. We’re flexible, but the reasoning needs to be backed by knowledge and understanding.

About Dealer Inspire

Dealer Inspire is an automotive website platform provider located in downtown Naperville, Illinois. We pride ourselves in having a fun, unconventional working environment and a great culture. While our team works extremely hard, we try to keep it a fun and creative work environment. We are located in the heart of downtown Naperville, IL, steps from great restaurants and a beautiful river walk.


Compensation based upon skill and previous experience. Motivated and talented individuals may advance quickly in our fast growing company.


  • 100% match of your 401k contributions up to 4% of your gross income
  • 10 days paid time off, 5 days of sick/safe leave and selected paid holidays
  • Work time/Fun time bi-monthly team outings
  • Coaching and career building
  • Subsidized gym membership
  • Subsidized internet access for your home
  • Benefits package including Health, Life, Dental, Vision, and Disability


Front-End Developer

PledgeMusic is a direct artist-to-fan music platform that brings the music experience alive for both artists and fans. Through each project, artists are able to connect directly to their fans to market their album months in advance. This creates buzz and excitement with the band and fans and applies to anything and everything music – from albums, videos to tours. Fans become part of that music making experience and receive access to exclusive behind-the-scene artist content and get a chance for signed memorabilia and some great brag-worthy moments, such as dinner with the artist, personal phone conversation and singing onstage with the band.

This remote member of the PledgeMusic team will be responsible for the development and maintenance of our PledgeMusic product. The Front-End developer will report directly to the CTO and will work closely with the rest of product and development teams.

This is a remote position and will not be required to report to the PledgeMusic office. However, based on the project, this position may require some light travel.


We are a small, tight-knit team that enjoys the technical challenges of the music industry. The team spans a number of time zones from South Texas to Brighton. Within our culture of remote employees, we value your time as well as the company’s. That’s why we do not make you sit in the office when you should choose the environment that works best for you — we value productivity and results. We keep office hours related to your time zone with the occasional early or late meeting. We are experimenters, strategists, problem solvers, and music lovers.


  • Develop, Maintain, and Support the PledgeMusic Ruby on Rails platform
  • Work closely with the product team to estimate, build, test, and refine platform features
  • Maintain the security of the platform
  • Perform in an Agile work environment


  • 4 – 6 years of web architecture development experience
  • 1 – 2 years of Ruby on Rails 3 and/or 4 experience
  • HAML
  • CSS / SASS
  • Javascript / Coffeescript
  • RSpec
  • EngineYard experience is a plus
  • Remote employee work experience
  • Self motivated with an “entrepreneur” mindset