To succeed in this role you should have:
Passion for our profession, in particular Scala and Functional Programming, and improving yourself technically
Proven experience in delivering production software using Scala or comparable experience, such as extensive JVM or Haskell experience
Interest in the latest programming trends such as functional and reactive programming
Excellent communication skills and a pragmatic approach to problem solving
Highly proficient in spoken and written English
Bachelor’s Degree in IT or equivalent.
Experience building high performance clustered systems, modular FP-based architecture, as well as actor systems, where they are necessary;
Experience in Cats / Scalaz, Cats Effect, ZIO, Monix, Akka Actors, Persistence, Cluster & HTTP, http4s, Tagless Final and/or Scala.js.
Experience with Event Sourcing & CQRS;
Experience with Docker, Kubernetes, Kafka, Cassandra.
Entrepreneur culture of the company, which allows you to try new approaches and technologies all the time;
Recognition from the business which translates to very competitive salaries and a supportive attitude;
Developing games featuring live video serving customers around the world;
A healthy mix of startup-like culture of the company, which enables us to try new approaches and technologies and remain on the edge of technological development and enterprise, with stability and supporting functions to help you focus on your job;
Modern and developer-friendly delivery processes, including Agile (Scrum / Kanban), JIRA issue tracking, Confluence wiki, GitLab source control, Jenkins continuous integration and delivery, modern hardware and software for development (an IDE of your choice);
Being a part of an international team in a successful, publicly traded company;
Health insurance, contemporary office environment, tech conference attendance, training, hackathons, and other benefits and perks.
We are searching for passionate Scala Engineers. We thrive in well-designed, scalable, systems which use modern functional programming based design approaches. We believe that the functional programming approach in Scala results in systems which are easier to build and maintain — we use modern, pragmatic approaches such as Tagless Final and libraries such as Cats and Cats Effect to achieve this.