Ruby Developer at 8relocate

Munich, Germany

Posted on Jul 31 2017 (20 days ago)

Our client is the world’s largest guest feedback platform, the mission is to improve the travel experience, from finding the right hotel to having the perfect stay. The company works with hotels, destinations, and travel websites to make that happen

Imagine a workplace which encourages you to take on responsibility and where your ideas will be heard and implemented. Imagine a fast paced environment where your performance makes the difference.

What challenges await you?

  • Work on TrustYou Messaging, a new product which facilitates real-time SMS/email/Facebook messaging between hotel receptionists and guests
  • Develop or maintain features in Ruby and Elixir backends and JavaScript frontends (Ember.js)
  • Take responsibility for planning, execution and success of complex projects
  • Ship products that clients love to use! 

What do we expect from you?

  • 2 years+ experience implementing beautiful and scalable web applications.
  • Mastery of Ruby on Rails and JavaScript.
  • Working knowledge of relational databases (MySQL or Postgresql).
  • Fluent in English.

Nice to have:

  • Ember.js experience, while not required, is a strong plus!
  • Experiences with Python and Elixir (Phoenix Framework) are a plus.
  • Open source contributions and projects


    • One free adventure day per year
    • Flat hierarchies & lots of freedom
    • Hadoop cluster with 100 nodes at your disposal
    • Free fruits, snacks & drinks
    • Legendary beer'o'clock Fridays to celebrate the week's successes
    • Ship your code to production & see it influence millions of travelers
    • Organized sport groups
    • Free German classes
    • Company pension scheme
    • Regular team events


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