looking for Full-Time game programmer

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  1. Jonas

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    Hey folks.

    We're looking for a full time game programmer willing to relocate to Southern Oregon. If you need the big city life, don't bother applying.

    Grants pass is a quite, small city surrounded by misty mountains and rivers to go rafting down. The area has a low cost of living, and a great place to raise a family. Not too many night clubs though :)

    Degrees are not needed, but solid C++ and game programming skills are. We aren't looking for just a programmer, we want someone that is constantly thinking about making games.

    http://www.silvercrk.com/jobs.html
     
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  2. Sunshine

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    Sounds good, but how about You relocate to south Texas. Arn't you tired of all that mountain rafting and family raising? :p
     
  3. Jonas

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    hehe, well I don't do either.

    Naw, I don't ever plan on moving and if I did I'd probably want to go to new zeland or someplace :)

    I'm sure the lonestar state rocks, but we're from this area and love it way too much to leave.
     
  4. Anthony Flack

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    Well if you did move to New Zealand, I can tell you you'd have no trouble finding a programmer. My inbox is chock-full of the CVs of aspiring game programmers...
     
  5. Screwball

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    Yeah but then he would have to live in New Zealand :p
     
  6. Jonas

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    Hey I saw LOTR and the amazing race, so I know NZ kicks ass :)

    Looks a lot like Oregon as far as I can tell.
     
  7. svero

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    Why do you need someone to move anyway? That seems very 1980's to me. Why not work with someone remotely. I do it, and I know plenty of people do it nowdays. Why ask someone to relocate at all?
     
  8. Anthony Flack

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    To back this up - I am, as we speak, producing graphics for a music video with an associate of mine. He in New Zealand, and I in Tokyo. We haven't actually seen each other in years...
     
  9. HunterSD

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    Sign of success! I've not had any...
     
  10. Anthony Flack

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    I get one every couple of weeks, totally unsolicited... all with impressive credentials attached, demonstrating that they can do all kinds of things with computers that I will probably never take the time to learn. But, I'm not hiring.
     
  11. kerchen

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    For reasons unknown to me, most of the job seekers that have contacted me have been musicians. Must be something in the water.
     
  12. Anthony Flack

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    If there's someone else out there who receives a whole bunch of unsolicited job applications from artists, we could put together a whole bunch of dev teams.
     
  13. rhm

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    Okay... I deliver the artists :)
     

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