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Develop Jobs: GameDuell looking for a senior Java developer

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Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of senior Java developer at social game developer and online game community GameDuell.

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Senior Java developer – GameDuell

Berlin – Germany

GameDuell is Germany’s largest game site and compares itself to the best game sites in the world. In order to meet these high standards, it is not only extremely important to implement new features, but it is also necessary to continuously optimize the platform.

As a Java Developer at GameDuell, you will find a high-traffic Internet platform with more than 500 million monthly page views. The IT architecture of GameDuell is based on JEE and allows on the one hand horizontal scaling and on the other, a high availability and robust experience for customers.

Your tasks

  • Implementat new and the expansion of existing internationally competitive software
  • Develop the tournament and game logic
  • Create solutions for managing customer and money accounts and loyalty programs
  • Integrate our gaming experience on Facebook and mobile applications

For more details and to apply, click here.

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