22 Ruby and Rails Jobs for August 2011 (With Even Some Junior Ones)
Posted at 18:50 | 29 Jul. 2020
I've never done this before but I think this might be an interesting historical tidbit. From Peter Cooper's RubyInside, here are a list of 22 Ruby and Rails Jobs that were going in 2011
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