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A Little About Us (see careers page):Helpjuice is on a mission to being the #1 knowledge base platform in the world by creating and delivering software that changes people’s lives. We're a small team that is very passionate about our product. We've been in business since 2011, our HQ is in Miami, but we all work REMOTE.A Bit About You (As A Person)You’re a learning machine, and consider it part of your many hobbies You are honest, work hard work immensely and have integrity You have hobbies outside of work You’d love to join a team full of creative & smart people you’ll learn fromYou are not looking for another job, but a career. A Bit About Your Background (Tech) You have 3+ years working extensively in Rails and believe can solve tasks quicker than most You work well with frontend developers and have a good understanding of the relationship between engineers and product managers You have been part of a remote team before / have freelanced for at least 2 yearsIn terms of our tech stack, here’s the what you’ll need excellent familiarity with to be a great fit: Ruby on Rails (5.0+)Postgres (9+)JQuery SCSS What You’ll DoPrimarily working on new features with a front-end developer, where you’ll most likely handle the bulk of Javascript (if required), as well as backend. Fun fact, most of our features are publicly discussed with our customersImproving existing featuresWriting tests for your code, to ensure there are as few bugs as possible.  (Rarely) fixing bugs that were introduced not by lack of tests, but rather, edge cases We Are For You If: You like teams that work hard & smart, obsessed with helping customers and are truly passionate about their craft You want to love your job, and the people you work with You care about the software/features you create, and feel proud when you deploy a feature. You’re eager to learn from a founder who has launched multiple companies & see it as a great learning opportunity; not just as a way to get paid to write codeYou don’t like month-long sprints, but rather short, simple, and fun sprints that make an impact.