Thanks to this blog, I often get contacted by companies and recruiters trying to hire for full-time Rails positions or even freelance, contract work.

Now my current job, the blog, and teaching Ruby and Rails keeps me plenty busy on the weekends and evenings. But, instead of letting these awesome opportunities go to waste, I thought I could share them with my network. That is, you all.

So, if you’re currently looking for a job, or want to see what's out there, feel free to drop me an email and I will share some of the interesting roles that I come across in the future. If you want, I can also help you review your resume and refer your profile to my network.

Here's the template you can use. Just copy + paste and fill in your information.

  • Name:
  • LinkedIn Profile URL:
  • Preferred Work Location:
  • Open to remote work?
  • Current role & title:
  • Years of experience,
  • Short bio and expectations in the new role:
  • Expected salary:
  • Attach the resume

Hopefully, I might have something for you. If not, I'll keep your information and anytime a new opportunity comes my way, I'll make sure to direct it to you, only if it's suitable for your profile. Hence all the above questions. You don't need yet another recruiter (which, I'm not) spamming you.

On the other hand, if you’re a Hiring Manager/Dev Lead, is your company hiring for Rails developers?

Tens of thousands of Rails developers visit this blog every month from all over the world and hundreds of them subscribe to this blog, just like YOU.

If you're looking to hire a Rails developer in any part of the world, at any skill level, chances are there're at least a few dozen developers with your ideal hire profile and matching skill set reading this blog, who might be very interested in talking to you.

So instead of paying Indeed or Monster to post your job opening and getting bombarded by the spray-and-pray developers, why not reach out to a highly specific audience of passionate Ruby and Rails programmers who want to get better at their craft?

If this sounds interesting to you, and you’d like to get your job opening in front of these passionate Ruby and Rails developers, drop me an email and I can help you reach them.

Even if you're not in a position to hire but know someone at your company who might be interested like an internal recruiter or a hiring manager, could you direct them to me?

I look forward to hearing back from you.



P.S. If I haven't been clear so far, this is not a recruiting pitch. There're no charges, fees, or any hidden agenda behind it. I only want to help fellow Rails developers and earn some goodwill in the process.