SG Digital • Stockholm • Heltid
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NYX is looking for a Senior Platform Developer (C++) to join our OPS Development team and you will be based in our nicely located Stockholm office.
About the platform
The OPS platform is an advanced and highly transaction intensive gaming and account system, handling player data, wagers, payments and game specific business rules and is widely used by gaming operators around the world. Currently, we are expanding the product feature set, integrating several third party providers as well as continuously increasing performance and reliability. The platform is built in C++.
About the work
The OPS Development team uses test driven development with continuous integration. The work includes all aspects of C++ development, review of requirements, communication with third party integration partners, writing design documents, review of others design and coding etc. We work closely with the Technical Operations team to analyse production issues.
You will be a member of a highly competent team with great opportunities to learn and share both knowledge and experiences.
SG Digital (part of Scientific Games Corp. NASDAQ:SGMS) leads the global gaming market, providing innovative software that powers the world's most successful operators and online gaming providers.
We pride ourselves on product innovation and technical excellence and are constantly adding new applications and new functionality to our product suite, used by billions of end users. Having recently become the Digital, online Division of the $4bn Scientific Games, we are now in a period of dramatic growth that will see us grow headcount by 30% this year alone.
Want to be part of our story?
We are a group of distributed multidisciplinary engineers, passionate about casino gaming, focused on a few highly scalable distributed platforms on a hybrid technology stack running in public and private clouds.
The teams are small and move fast -- all members are expected to be able to achieve maximum results with minimal direction.