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1  Discussions / Jobs and Resumes / Need quality assurance tester on: 2005-03-17 22:08:57
Treasure Hunt, is a developer and publisher of mobile content and we are looking for a tester (quality assurance) for our mobile games and other applications. This will be an offsite project and will involve intimate understanding of J2ME and possibly Brew. (You may be in any location)

We are looking for an individual to grow with us and as such may be asked to expand their role in the company to include development and or porting services.

Responsibilities:
* Tracking bug reporting with our various developers, porting developers and carriers.
* Testing products before and after delivery for sale.
* Managing any problems, bugs, and fixes that are required for the product to function properly.

Qualifications:
* You must have an understanding of the wireless industry
* Previous QA experience a plus
* Previous experience with J2ME programming a must, Brew a plus
* University degree preferred but may be offset by experience and or skills (If lacking degree please provide references in email)
* Strong computer skills

To be considered you must submit pay requirements.

Applications you will be working with include a variety of games and applications including but not limited to GPS (LBS) games. www.playtreasurehunt.com

For more info about us please visit www.thmobile.com

Please submit all resumes to jobs@thmobile.com
2  Discussions / Jobs and Resumes / cell phone software programmer opening on: 2004-11-30 19:19:58
Epiphany 6 Studios is in need of a solid mobile developer to assist in "beefing" up our current development team. We're looking for someone with a solid background in J2ME, .NET compact framework, DoJa, or really any of the major mobile platforms. BREW or ability to learn BREW is a plus. (By mobile platforms I am largely referring to cell phones.)

Why should someone take an interest? Good question. We're an independent development team with most of our experience in larger PC titles, however, we are in the proccess of partnering with a publishing entity to develop for the meantime for cell phones and other mobile devices. This will allow us to better fund other, less-mobile titles in the future. Negotiations are outstanding currently for licenses for the PSP, DS, all that good stuff.

The catch:

There's always a catch, no such thing as a free lunch. We need someone who is interested in a long-term as opposed to a quick dollar. This will be a salary position, and depending on where you are in the world you may either work from our location or from your current location. The deciding factors will be skill and price.

However, the first title should be quite small, managable, and rather easy to work on. Our publisher has specifically requested this development to fit a market they are already working in, and the sale, (not neccessarily the success,) of this first title should be guaranteed as long as it doesn't suck. (Well, duh... obviously.)

Point being, we have our team, we want another person or two with stronger mobile experience on the team.

We're a good group of guys, with some good experience and some knowhow, we have a publisher, we did the hard part. Now we just need a few good men.

I should note that on an individual basis, I can probably arrange for a small, but heartfelt advance in a deferred payment to the right people.

Anyway, I digress, interested parties please send a little about yourself and your CV/Resume to jobs@e6studios.com. Hatemail can be addressed to trash@e6studios.com. Thanks!

-Jay A. Wollin
general manager
Epiphany 6 Studios
1519 Eggert Rd.
Amherst, NY 14226
(716) 444-8720
http://www.e6studios.com
info@e6studios.com
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