Permanent | Full Time
Online Programmer in Lyon
Are you a talented Games Programmer? Looking for a new opportunity for the new year? Look no further!
As an Online Programmer at this studio in Lyon, you will be taking on various roles surrounding the online gameplay aspects of this studio’s games. This will mean managing data, handling problems and bugs and online account management, alongside several other tasks.
The studio is focused on creating fun and exciting mobile games. They pride themselves on their open and welcoming culture, as well as the great perks the team get in reward for their hard work! These include flexible working hours, in-house refreshments, breakfast meetings, sport sessions and video game tournaments!
Online Programmer key responsibilities:
Manage online data such as resources, transactions and chat
Take responsibility over the multiplayer gameplay aspect of games
Implement SDK provided by contractors
Handle all connection problems
Communicate with the design team to ensure they understand the nature of working on an online environment
Integrate client-side features
Work on account management for GooglePlay and GameCenter, etc.
Essential requirements for this role in Lyon:
Significant programming experience
Experience working in a role focused on networking and online systems
Solid grasp of Unity
Experience developing 1+ online game (using C#, nosql, elasticsearch)
Experience of multithreaded programming
Experience of an Agile working environment
Passionate about gaming – particularly mobile games
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A little bit about the city: Lyon
Known as the gastronomic capital of France and as the third largest city in the country, there’s a lot to discover in Lyon. This city reaps the benefits of two extremes that you can find in France, being a two-hour drive from the Alps as well as a short distance to the coast. The city centre of Lyon is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage site, and the city was named Europe’s leading city break destination in 2016. It’s regarded as a relatively safe place, and expats living here are unlikely to experience any safety or security issues. There is also a safe and reliable public transport system which is handy for getting from A to B around the city.
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