It's Friday. Games companies in Scotland are hiring. Dundee-based Live Visualisation is looking for a contract programmer to help their ambitious plans to bring games technology to the wider world. You can find the position listed below, as well as on the SGN JOBS page. Company: Live Visualisation Ltd Position: Programmer (Contract) Location: Remote Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Seriously Virtual Reality.... Continue Reading →
The all new and officially ground-breaking Freelance Directory on your friendly neighbourhood Scottish Games Network is now live... Covering every aspect of work in the games and interactive sectors, the directory is the first of its kind. It provides freelancers with a way to reach a community of several hundred development studios, tech companies and... Continue Reading →
Dundee's Tiger Games is not the most well known studio in the city, but has established a solid reputation within the games sector by resurrecting one of the world's most ill-treated (by videogames) superheroes - Superman. The company is now recruiting and looking for an experienced programmer to work on a new, as yet unannounced... Continue Reading →
There's a new code-based event coming up in central Edinburgh and the organisers have asked us to pass it onto the clever people in the games industry... The Technology Strategy Board is looking into how it can support better software engineering in the UK. All UK companies rely on software to work and Specialist workers... Continue Reading →
Reloaded Productions is looking for an experienced programmer. Find out more on our JOBS page.
The team at Mapply (the project formerly known as MyWorld) is recruiting. There are roles for software engineers and QA, as well as a couple of intern positions. As you can see from the video above, the technology looks incredible. The potential for MapplyWorld is huge. So you could be onto a winner getting involved.... Continue Reading →
Dundee, city of many discoveries. Home to jute, journalism and the all-new Dundee Game Jam. Taking place at Abertay University on (Saturday) May 28th, from 09.30 - 17.00. It's open to students, professional game developers, ex game developers, reformed games developers, talented amateurs and anyone who can put together the basic pieces of a videogame.... Continue Reading →