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    PC Game Developers

    East Coast Games is looking for fulltime software developers with commercial development experience. We are paying a very competitive rate and are looking for folks in the boyertown, Reading or Allentown Pennsylvania areas. If interested please send resumes and salary requirements to: ecgbusdev@ecgames.com
    Last edited by jservia; 07-28-2004 at 03:43 PM.

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    I believe this is correctly posted in the recrutment section. My intention is to follow the rules. Thankyou for your note.

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    I apologize. I initially thought that this was posted on one of the programming boards.
    Naturally I didn't feel inspired enough to read all the links for you, since I already slaved away for long hours under a blistering sun pressing the search button after typing four whole words! - Quzah

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    No problem .. i was nervious i thought i messed up .. cheers!!

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    I would recommend that you also invest in a webmaster. www.ecgames.com is buggy as heck with links that broken and backgrounds that don't show up.

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    yeah ... the site has been a bit of a low priority for us ... it should start shaping up over the next few weeks ..

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    I'm always surprised that many companies feel that way. A website is one of the main places a consumer (and even potentonal employees) can go to get information about you.

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    None of the links worked for me. Click from IE but nothing happens.

    Hmmm.

    And I don't think you are going to find much commercial experience on this board but thanks for posting anyways. Don't get me wrong we absolutely love games and have a big passion for them (check the game programming forum), but most of us work a fair amount and have little time to devote to just coding.

    Hope you find what you are looking for. The upcoming game sounds cool...some screenies would be nice, but again maybe they are there and just not working for me.

    I'm just happy that you are a real game company...we get a lot of 'wannabes' and 'posers' here so its refreshing to see a real company post on our board. Thank you very much for posting....and welcome to cprog.





    EDIT: I'm really seeing some good things here on our recruitment board. Kudos to the webmaster and all who helped fire it up.

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    Thanks for all your feed back. To answer your question regarding why were posting here. Honestly, I am looking for a specific skill set in C and C++. I personally like this type of forum becuase I think it's people who are seriouse about their profession that visit them not people who just need a job.

    Also, thanks for the bashing about the site. I'm meeting with our guys tomarrow to get this straight!

    Jim

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    And that skill set would be.....?

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