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Giocaonline s.r.l


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Casino Games Backend Developer


Giocaonline s.r.l


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backend

 

digital nomad

 

dev

 

backend

 
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\nYour role\n\nDesign, build and maintain new online casino games, from breaking down requirements to planning tasks and shipping to production rapidly and regularly.\n\nWhat we need from you\n\nYou master Javascript and PHP as server-side languages as well as the node.js ecosystem.\n\nYou have deep knowledge of the client/server network application model.\n\nYou are comfortable working in a fast-evolving company and can easily manage task reprioritization.\n\nYou excel in bug fixing.\n\nYou can keep the source repository and the documentation base tidy and up-to-date.\n\nYou have full professional proficiency in Italian and good reading/writing skills in English.\n\nNice to have\n\nSolid knowledge of websockets, SQL, and front-end technologies (jQuery, HTML5, CSS).\n\nPrevious experience in online gaming/gambling.\n\nWhat we offer\n\nThe opportunity to work in a highly-skilled and friendly team.\n\nFlexible working hours.\n\nShort hierarchical chains and decision-making paths.\n\nAbove-than-average salary.


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