Remember when you were a kid and you used to get told off for sitting in front of the computer all day playing games?
"You'll never make any friends just staring at a screen all day!"
Now, I'm not sure about you lot, but as a nerdy teenager most of my friends were online.
I'd finish school, chuck my bag on the floor, wait for Windows Vista (vomit) to decide whether it wanted to boot up that day, and log in.
In fact, being the nerdy teenager, online communities were one of the few places I felt at home.
Sure, if you strip it all down, it's just some pixels on a screen, but to those who are a part of it, it's so much more than that.
There was a sense of community and camaraderie.
I learned that it was okay to be myself because of the friends, and the communities that existed online, and when I think about it now, there were probably loads of people behind the scenes making sure those communities were able to exist and thrive.
They probably weren't doing it for the money, but imagine how much more they could have done if they could do it full-time?
They could do bigger and better things. Bring more people together. Help to create more memories that people like me would look back on 10 years later.
9 years ago, 2 guys from Nottingham decided they'd make a platform that could help countless indie game devs and small studios do just that.
Y'know, make a proper living out of it.
As you can imagine, it's gone pretty well, and they've decided it's time to branch out, help more people with more platforms and products - they need another dev to really put their plans in motion though.
Maybe that's you?
Stack is PHP (Laravel), MySQL, and maybe a bit of frontend stuff sprinkled here and there.
They're not looking for someone with the perfect background.
Just someone who "gets it", has the ability to learn and think on their feet, and ultimately wants to help other devs create something special.
Remote working 2 days a week, 33 days holiday, flexible working, and regular training and conferences are all on the cards too.