This is the QA automation ruby position we have open: http://www.appia.com/appia-job-openings
If you know anyone else looking for a new opportunity, we have lots of other openings ranging from .Net & Java engineers to Marketing folks. For a full listing of open positions and their descriptions, go to this site: http://www.appia.com/appia-job-openings ... and if you are a Java or .Net engineer that happens to also be an Ruby guru (or at least decent at Ruby) it would be great to have your brain around to pick when we need Ruby help, plus sometimes devs help us write our automated tests when we are swamped.
I am a QA engineer at Appia, which was recently acquired by Digital Turbine. We are a small company located in the American Tobacco Campus, but since being acquired we have a few (smaller) satellite offices around the world as well. It is a pretty cool place to work, especially if you like the idea of free snacks and Beer Fridays. We aren't really a start-up anymore, but it still feels like one. We have great agile processes in place, but it is still easy to effect change and make your mark. You would have your choice of Mac, Windows, and Linux... most folks choose Macbook Pros though.
Anyway, I am just putting out some feelers because we have lots of open positions, and more openings coming up. At the moment we have one opening for a QA automation engineer, and we could really use some good Ruby folks. We have a pretty small QA team, the majority of whom were hired as manual testers (before we began automating) and have been learning Ruby on the job for the past year and a half or so.... so we could really benefit from someone with more experience.