We’re developers helping other developers.
We started as Rails programmers ourselves (and still develop web and mobile apps). Our background and network help us identify quality opportunities in the industry.
Ruby on Rails is our one and ONLY specialty - it's all we know, love, and do.
I’d enjoy briefly chatting with you about where you are in your Rails career, and what you’re thinking about for next steps. Even if you’re not currently looking, I’d be happy to share what we’re seeing in the market for opportunities and compensation so that you’ll be able to adjust your goals and efforts moving forward.
Here are some things that we do differently:
No hidden opportunities. It amazes us how many recruiters hide the identity of the startup from developers—we don't.
We can be as involved or uninvolved as you want. Some developers prefer we do the majority of communication with the startup, scheduling interviews, delivering code samples, and negotiating the salary. Others prefer we simply make an introduction to the right people and get out of the way. Either (or any in-between) can work.
Our jobs are real. The startups under engagement with us are actively hiring. If not, wouldn’t we be wasting everyone’s time?
We may tell you what you don’t want to hear. While we hope to immediately find you your dream job, it doesn’t always work out that way. If you’re too junior, or your code doesn’t check out, or you’re not a cultural fit, we’re going to tell you. The good news, is you’ll know why you didn’t get the job and will have something to improve on for next time.