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February 25, 2011, 03:19:53 AM
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See here for more about the company http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3844.0

We need 2-3 ruby developers to get in on this project(ruby, not rails, but rails experience is OK). This will be BTC paid work! Or if you prefer you can get equity. This will be continuous work as long as this thing is going (which will be for some time)

It will be a server/client console application that will have to work on windows and any unix platform (not too hard)

I'm the lead developer/project manager. We've got a project server which you'll get a shell account on.


More experience is better, but if your fresh that's OK too, this is your chance to get some experience and make a place for yourself in bitcoin History(with a capital H). Whats important is that you work hard and are willing to learn.

If you think you have something you can contribute please say.

Those interested PM me ASAP

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February 25, 2011, 03:28:29 AM
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I suggest you post something up on Monster for Ruby developers.
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February 25, 2011, 03:41:16 AM
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I suggest you post something up on Monster for Ruby developers.

Monster doesn't accept BTC and charges for job listings, as do nearly all other job websites. The developers will be paid in BTC or equity. So I think this forum is the ideal place.

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February 25, 2011, 03:58:55 AM
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pm sent.
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March 02, 2011, 04:55:27 PM
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We have a need for more developers once again.

Preferably ones who have some time on their hands and are willing to work hard to make a name for themselves and gain experience.

Compensation will be 120btc per week providing all the work that is given during that time is done (for difficult tasks then the requirement is that sufficient progress has been made).

We use fossil for source code management, bugs db and as a project wiki, see more here

rvm with ruby 1.9.2

We have 3 sections of code. The client, the protocol library for communicating with the server, and then the server itself. The first 2 are open source, the last one is not.

This involves cryptography using openssl, sqlite database and datamapper for our object relational mapper.

The code base you are inheriting it an awful mess and currently only works on my home system, so a part of your first task will be to get that up and running(a large part is envirmental configuration).

This is a great project and when launched will become a part of bitcoin history, so get your name in the history books and get onboard.

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March 02, 2011, 06:56:00 PM
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I am an experienced Ruby (and Rails) developer. I may be interested, and I am willing to work hard, but I have to say up front: it's not very realistic to expect full-time work for 120 bitcoins per week. We all have to pay the bills. So I hope that's not what you are looking for.
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March 02, 2011, 07:08:20 PM
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I am an experienced Ruby (and Rails) developer. I may be interested, and I am willing to work hard, but I have to say up front: it's not very realistic to expect full-time work for 120 bitcoins per week. We all have to pay the bills. So I hope that's not what you are looking for.


Thats not really true, give it a couple of years and 120BTC will be enough to buy a small country somewhere important. Like maybe Belgium..... the Flemish part.

You need to have perspective man.

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Thats not really true, give it a couple of years and 120BTC will be enough to buy a small country somewhere important. Like maybe Belgium..... the Flemish part.

You need to have perspective man.

Jobs are rather difficult to find in the bitcoin economy. You are the only one in town. 120 BTC is not a lot today, which is the most important compared to everything else.

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March 02, 2011, 07:17:30 PM
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I forgot to mention that this will be for at least 2 months worth of work, and could possilby be for 4 months.

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March 02, 2011, 07:34:12 PM
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Heh, I might just cut my teeth on some programming and join the project in time.
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March 03, 2011, 03:13:57 AM
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Thats not really true, give it a couple of years and 120BTC will be enough to buy a small country somewhere important. Like maybe Belgium..... the Flemish part.

You need to have perspective man.

At that price you'll get exactly the quality of developer you pay for...

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March 03, 2011, 03:18:20 AM
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At that price you'll get exactly the quality of developer you pay for...

Who say that the developer quality must be bad?

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March 03, 2011, 03:57:56 AM
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The saying goes, you get what you pay for... Grin 

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March 03, 2011, 04:54:07 AM
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If you're intersted but think you experience is worth more then pm me and we can work something out.

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March 03, 2011, 04:59:07 AM
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you pay peanuts you get monkeys

I am not a code monkey. Plus, I like the pay rate.

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March 04, 2011, 05:53:44 AM
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Oh man.

I am a very experienced Ruby developer, and I recently left my job coding stuff related to corporate real estate (It was thrilling as it sounds). I would love to work for bitcoins, hell, I'd love to live with nothing else besides bitcoins. I'd be crazy enough to try it. As it stands I am very poor in bitcoins.

I'd work for something like 60-90 bitcoins per hour if your interested. Bottom line is that someone who is a Ruby expert, that doesn't have dependents would probably rather live on someones couch than code for $100 per week. Even though I love Ruby lots, corporate business code and fun code most of the time end up being very different things.

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March 05, 2011, 12:17:37 AM
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How many hours/week are we talking, here?
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March 05, 2011, 07:19:43 AM
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you pay peanuts you get monkeys

I agree with Vladimir, and as a computer engineer, you ultimately get what you pay for. Offering 120 BTC per week is fantastically low when a regularly employed engineer/programmer makes well over that amount in a single day. Furthermore, using the argument that 120 BTCs may be worth some ludicrous amount in the future doesn't reinforce your offering (hopefully I don't have to explain why).


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March 05, 2011, 07:41:30 AM
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you pay peanuts you get monkeys

I agree with Vladimir, and as a computer engineer, you ultimately get what you pay for. Offering 120 BTC per week is fantastically low when a regularly employed engineer/programmer makes well over that amount in a single day. Furthermore, using the argument that 120 BTCs may be worth some ludicrous amount in the future doesn't reinforce your offering (hopefully I don't have to explain why).


While these points are true I don't think the intention is to have someone quit their day job to take this on.

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March 05, 2011, 07:50:55 AM
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you pay peanuts you get monkeys

I agree with Vladimir, and as a computer engineer, you ultimately get what you pay for. Offering 120 BTC per week is fantastically low when a regularly employed engineer/programmer makes well over that amount in a single day. Furthermore, using the argument that 120 BTCs may be worth some ludicrous amount in the future doesn't reinforce your offering (hopefully I don't have to explain why).


While these points are true I don't think the intention is to have someone quit their day job to take this on.

I dunno seems like quite a bit of work according to Nefario...

I forgot to mention that this will be for at least 2 months worth of work, and could possilby be for 4 months.



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