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Women Who Code
Why we need more women in coding It’s no secret that it can be a lonely world for women in tech industries, and that’s particularly true for coders. One 2015 report on software development revealed just 5.8% of software developers are women, and of those, they’re nearly twice as likely to have less than two years of programming experience. Of course this expe...
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16/08/16
Amiqus ready to take on Gamescom 2016
Amiqus ready to take on Gamescom 2016
The countdown is officially on for Gamescom 2016, one of the largest video games trade fairs the world over. Due to kick off next week in Cologne on 17 August, Gamescom is one of the most significant calendar events for exhibitors, trade visitors and games fans each year. Last year we were joined by 806 companies from 45 countries, with 345,000 visitors pouring through the door...
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10/08/16
Latest jobs
Lead Programmer (Unreal 4)
Location: Manchester City Centre
Salary: £45,000 - £60,000
Permanent
This is a great opportunity to work on a brand new VR project using games technologies
Gameplay Programmer
Location: East Midlands, Remote option available
Salary: to £300 day DOE
Contract
Do you want to work on one of the most anticipated console games of 2017? Opportunity for a Gameplay Programmer with C++ and ideally UE4 to to join thsi studio either working on-site or remotely.
Game Producer
Location: Chengdu, China
Salary: DOE
Permanent
As the Senior Producer your primary responsibility will be to work closely with the Executive Producer to define the vision of each title you work on. Your role will vary from managing small to large