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Develop Jobs: London studio seeks HTML5 developer

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Today we’ll be taking a look at the role of HTML5 developer and programmer at a web and mobile game studio in London

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HTML5 Games Developer / HTML 5 Programmer

UK – London

A London based web and mobile game studio are currently looking for a skilled HTML5 developer, ideally with games experience to undertake a variety of new projects.

The studio is currently responsible for a revolutionary cross-platform app which integrates interactive TV with Social network elements; the app which has gained over one million downloads has also won numerous prestigious awards. The studio are looking to expand the features of this app by integrating games into it.

Candidates must show a higher than normal interest in web technology and development and must be willing to go the extra mile to achieve their assigned goals and deadlines. The successful candidate must also be a confident and accomplished communicator able to fit in with a highly active and integrated team and work processes.

For more details and to apply, click here.

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