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Offline NPUSA

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Java games rock!


« Posted 2004-01-22 14:57:49 »

Hey Developers!

Make the right move now!

Do you want to work for a leading creator and publisher of connected interactive games for wireless and Internet-capable devices. This companies proprietary convergent game platform, allows both mobile and land-based hardware to communicate simultaneously via the Internet.

As a member of this growing development team, you will create, define and develop downloadable games for mobile phones using various cutting-edge technologies.

You have what it takes if

·      You have a least 5 years overall programming experience with at least one year with J2ME and/or BREW
·      Must be experienced with programming on  resource constrained devices.
·      Must have or be interested in game programming of particular experience is anyone who has experience programming games on any video console, handheld device or mobile technology.
·      You are eager to learn, quick-minded and be passionate about new mobile technology.
·      You must have a good level of spoken and written English
·      International candidates with exceptional backgrounds should also apply.
Please forward resumes/CVs to Darren@np-usa.com and we contact you ASAP.
Location is Bay Area, other positions available.
Offline cfmdobbie

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Who, me?


« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-01-22 22:58:02 »

Bay Area... London? Wink

Hellomynameis Charlie Dobbie.
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