Nashville’s “Best Places to Work” eight years in a row. We help companies conform to e-learning standards like SCORM and the Experience API.
We are looking for a developer to join our team. We expect that the right person is a developer that cares equally about doing great work and solving real problems customers have. The ideal candidate will be able to balance those sometimes competing priorities well.
We’re not hung up on a particular amount or type of experience, but we are adamant about a particular level of development skill. Particular languages are not crucial. In our world today Java & .NET are the most common languages we use but there is no guarantee we’ll use those languages for our next project.
- SQL (MySQL, Postgres, SQL Server)
Make sure to check out “An Open Letter” from one of our founders (and CEO), Tim Martin. It says a lot about what you need to know before emailing us about this job opening.
Each time we hire, we wait until we find exactly the right person. If that’s you, we really hope you’ll send your resume over to us with an email.
Make sure that what we get from you makes it painfully apparent that you are the right person. Make sure that you make it clear in your email or resume or whatever, that this job is important to you, that you want to work here, not just somewhere.
You will want to spend some time on our website, learn how we think and what we do. Get to know us if you want us to get to know you.
One of the first things we’ll have you do in the selection process is complete a small programming test. If you’d care to submit it with your initial application, it certainly won’t hurt. We have intentionally kept it simple in an effort to value your time. But we can tell a lot from your response. Consider it carefully. You can download the test from our site. Look at the comments of the HTML file for directions on how to proceed.
You want to work here. Trust us.
Learn about us.
Check out RusticiSoftware.com. Learn about the things we do, and how we do things around here. See what we’re all about. Check out SCORM.com and ExperienceAPI.com to learn more about the products we build. To read legal stuff about working with us, check this out.
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