SDK Developer - Copenhagen at GameAnalytics (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-05-08 05:00:25
About Game Analytics
From indie developers, games studios, to established publishers, GameAnalytics is currently the #1 analytics tool for anyone building a mobile game. Our network is approaching 100,000 games, which are played by more than 1 billion people each month. What’s our mission? To help game developers make the right decisions based on data. And by joining our team, you’ll be working on new and innovative products to help tens of thousands of people in the industry do just that.
About the SDK Team
What we are looking for?
As a member of the SDK team, you will be helping maintain and develop the existing SDKs and create new ones; and help us continuously improve our iOS and Android mobile applications. You will be working with a number of different technologies and constantly learning new ones, have a good understanding of the mobile ecosystem, making sure our SDKs are optimised for performance and provide good customer support by collaborating with our technical support team.
Your code will be included in games that run on all popular platforms, yet a major emphasis will be placed on mobile. Creating resource efficient SDK libraries is a challenging and interesting task, and at the same time crucial to provide a good service and experience to our customers. There are over 100 Million devices that run our SDK’s daily.
Bachelor of software engineering (or equivalent)
Ability to write high quality, readable and maintainable code.
Experience with mobile application development (iOS, Android) and the mobile ecosystem in general.
Knowledge of mobile SDK development and / or usage
Good knowledge of modern software development environment and tools: Git, Xcode, Visual Studio, Android studio…
Experience working with (some) game development engines: Unity, Unreal, Cocos2d, Godot, GameMaker...
Ability to write good and readable user-facing technical documentation.
Knowledge of building libraries on Linux, Windows and Mac
Remote working flexibility – or part-time remote
(When in office) Food, snacks and drink
25 days paid holiday (excluding bank holiday)
Company sickness leave
Parental and guardian leave
Additional compassionate leave
Monthly social nights
Expense phone bill
Cycle to work scheme
Please note that for remote roles located outside of the UK and Denmark, you will be hired under a PEO arrangement. This is to ensure that our benefits are not in violation of local employment laws.