As of June 2016, Eipix is opening its doors to students willing to learn from the best programmers in the gaming industry. Ready, set, GO!
Decide on one or more practice modules:
You want to experience working on a game project, in a dynamic production team setting?
Coding games has been your lifelong dream? Welcome to gameplay programming:
- Hands on experience on a game project
- Real production team setting, tasks, deadlines
- Work on mini games, puzzles, solve ingame problems
- Technology: Eipix’s proprietary scripting language
You’re interested in boosting our production teams with new tools and software features? Have ideas on what can be automated, enhanced, improved? Like to see the production run smoothly? In that case, meet our production tools team:
- Develop specific tools to be used in a gameplay production setting including:
- Build tools
- Localization tools
- Graphic software tools
- Communicate with the production staff to locate problems and space for improvement, find solutions for specific problems.
You’re interested in the technology behind the Eipix proprietary game engine driving the biggest HOPA production studio on the planet? You want to see how it works, and explore ways of improving it? If so, the technology module is the place for you:
- Get to know and explore our proprietary game engine
- Discover the technology that drives the biggest HOPA game production team on the planet
- Work on improvements and specific feature upgrades
- Technology: C, C++, C#, ObjectiveC
Feel right at home coding for web? Want to see your code go live… right now? Choose our web module:
- Familiarize yourself with our Intranet and web portals
- Implement your ideas, work on upgrades and improvements
- Develop specific web tools for various departments
Prepare your files:
CV is a concise document presenting relevant and uptodate information about yourself, such as:
- Name and surname (use Serbian characters if needed, don’t come off illiterate)
- Place of residence
- Contact information (mail, cell phone, Skype etc.)
- Education (formal/informal – institution, department, year of study)
- Relevant skills (programming, computer literacy, organizational skills, etc.)
Your work presents your skills and interest in the best possible manner. So, show us what you’ve done so far. It can be anything: personal projects, school projects, individual/team projects, finished/unfinished, working/not working… There’s no need to be shy or modest. We want to see what you do, how you think, and what makes you stand out of the crowd!
In case of problems with the application, contact us: email@example.com