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Ruby on Rails Developer

Washington, DC

Since Slate magazine helped pioneer podcasting back in 2005, the technology powering on-demand audio has barely changed.

But it's about to.

In 2015, Slate launched Panoply, which brings millions of listeners the smartest conversations that podcasting has to offer through 50 shows from the New York Times Magazine, Vulture, Huffington Post, Gretchen Rubin, Tablet, WBUR, and many more.

Panoply is a tight-knit group of some of the smartest engineers, producers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers, and today we're looking for a brilliant Ruby on Rails developer to help us chart the future of podcasting.

You'd be joining us in our brand-new, bright and open, collaborative office space just steps from the Metro in Washington.

Working at Panoply also means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, great salaries, team happy hours, and working alongside our colleagues at Slate.

You should have:

  • Strong experience with Ruby on Rails
  • A focus on object-oriented design and beautiful, well-tested, and maintainable code
  • Knowledge of front-end technologies such as JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and JQuery
  • Good knowledge of relational databases
  • Experience or familiarity with agile development
  • An eagerness to communicate, work collaboratively, pair programs, and solve complex problems
  • A passion for innovation, pushing the boundaries and trying new tools and technologies

Panoply welcomes applicants of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

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