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Yea, I've gotten at least two jobs that way - one fulltime, and another part time consulting. And a few interviews, which went well.

When I'm looking it, I just normally search for Ruby or Rails and see what pops up. I almost never get turned down for an interview if they are using one of those, which is likely due to having ~10+ years experience with them now.




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