Games Programmer - Backend, Hamburg

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Job Reference: BBBH2979
Job Type: Permanent
Sector: Games Programming
Location: Hamburg
Salary: 45000.00 - 65000.00 per annum

Our client is a leading games compnay which is expanding in Hamburg and seeks new talent.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work on the backend of a browser-based high-quality MMO game
  • Build and extend a game, and shape its future
  • Create and maintain the games structure, persistency and logic
  • Develop and improve architectures, pipelines and processes along the way
  • Implement requirements derived from Game Design documents

REQUIREMENTS

  • University degree in the fields of Computer Science, Computer Engineering or comparable qualification
  • 3+ years of professional experience in developing video games and successfully worked on at least one shipped game
  • Extensive practical knowledge of PHP in a professional environment and a deep understanding of the language and its specialties
  • Advanced and disciplined OOP programming skills with state-of-the-art knowledge and experience in system design and architectures
  • Experience with frameworks and databases (e.g. MySQL)
  • Advanced understanding of game server architecture and of multi-threading
  • Fluent in written and spoken English

Thisis a great opportunity to gain programming expereience at a family friendly games company. Excellent package and prospects.

Please apply to our retained recruiter, David Smith at Interactive.

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