.ee is looking for a Ruby developer
.ee is looking for an experienced Ruby software engineer to push our open-source domain registry solution to a new level. Are you a Ruby and Ruby on Rails expert? You are familiar with PostgreSQL and have experience developing Rest APIs. You know how to tackle single sign-on and respect continuous integration. You are familiar with message queue solutions. If these keywords are for you, your first challenge at .ee will be to solve data history problem - we use Papertrail, but it's not working for us! Please find our full job add at Jobbatical!
From time to time, we receive feedback from domain owners that, to their dismay, one or another .ee domain is either about to be deleted or has already been deleted and put up for auction. At the same time, there is a clear procedure in place to prevent such cases on the sides of the registrar, the registry, and the registrant. That is what we are discussing.
During 13–16 September the annual European Cyber Security Challenge (ECSC) will take place in Vienna, aiming to connect young IT talents with companies and organisations in the field. Once again, the Estonian national team, which was put together through preliminary rounds and a training camp, will take part in the competition. The main sponsor of the qualification event and the ESCS team is the Estonian Internet Foundation, and the project is run by the TalTech Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security.
We are delighted to share a news story that is round and fortified with several zeros; namely, there are already more than 150,000 top-level Estonian domains in the world or Internet addresses ending in .ee.