Backend Programmer at Tactile Games (København, Denmark)

Backend Programmer at Tactile Games (København, Denmark)


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Location: København, Denmark
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-11-09 05:00:29

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Tactile Games is looking for an experienced backend programmer with a strong knowledge of web service technologies to join our Marketing Team.As a part of the Marketing Platform Team, you will work on our business critical live operations dashboard used by all of our marketing and games teams. Our live operations platform consists of a single-page front-end, which is backed by a web service component. Additionally you will be supporting the marketing creative team and UA managers by extending the platform scope by developing new features and API integrations to further support operations, social interactions and providing players with personalized experiences within our games.Our platform is written in NodeJS with MongoDB as the storage component. We use React to build our client side frontend.The position is full-time, available now and based on-site in our Copenhagen office.

As a Backend Programmer in Marketing you will be:

  • Building and automating marketing related systems
  • Implementing API integrations for various marketing services
  • Improving and extending back and front-end marketing tools
  • Monitoring marketing tools and databases

What we're looking for:

  • Roughly 5+ years of experience with JavaScript and Node.js (knowledge of TypeScript is a huge plus!)
  • Experience with web services (RESTful) and web technologies in general
  • Experience with MongoDB / document-oriented databases
  • Experience with Linux
  • Experience with Docker
  • Experience with SQL

Nice to haves:

  • Marketing related experience
  • Experience with React and/or AngularJS
  • Experience with Kubernetes
  • Experience with Heroku
  • Experience with Google Cloud Services and/or AWS
  • Experience with BigQuery or another column-based database
  • Experience with Python
  • Familiarity with the concept of TDD