From specialist to leader. How it’s done in the game industry?

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Women in IT are still a minority. According to the study of Stack Overflow, as many as 91% of programmers are male. In Poland, women account for only 5.9% of all IT specialists. Let’s add a leader position to that. Impossible? And yet! Setting new goals, inspiring with knowledge and constant learning – this is only a part of a leader’s responsibilities. According to Kantar’s study, women in high positions introduce a new quality to organization management. Natural ability to communicate is one of their advantages. Combining it with empathy helps to bring teams together. Interviewed leaders claimed that women … Continued

Coronavirus – How to adapt to the new reality while maintaining the organizational culture.

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It’s a hard time for all of us. It’s also a time to get organized, reevaluate goals and adjust the action strategy. It’s a time during which we not only have to face long-distance problems, such as broken or incomplete equipment, but also the distance that separates us and the time of reaction. Teams’ everyday work has become a challenge as until now they had their team mates at their fingertips. But a challenge is something that lets us keep learning. Absolutely and unconditionally. This is what we stick to at TSG. The end of February and beginning of March … Continued

Ten Square Games Job Interview FAQs. Play it right.

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OMG, I’ve got a job interview! That is how to cope with over-excitement. Here it is—the impatiently-awaited email. Click it, read it, and skip with joy, bursting with energy. Hop and jump, laugh, and clap. Does it sound like you after getting a dream job interview invitation? Admittedly, not all of us are so expressive (!). But regardless of how we show our emotions, here are a few things we should bear in mind to be successful in our recruitment process.    A greenhorn’s revenge. Let’s grill the grillers, shall we? I’m new at TSG: to begin with. I got … Continued

How to achieve 94% of employee satisfaction?

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Let’s start off with a truism – achieving a high employee satisfaction should be one of the most important internal goals of every modern company. After all, general happiness will definitely contribute to keeping employee turnover low. And, in some cases, it can even boost the company’s overall performance. So, to see how we’re doing in that department, we asked our team members a few questions in an anonymous survey. Among many, the most important one: are you happy about working at the company? Since you already know the answer by looking at the title of this article, we should … Continued

CHANGES OF TERMS OF SERVICES PROVIDED BY COMPANIES IN THE TEN SQUARE GAMES GROUP

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On August 14, 2019 the new Terms of Services for companies in the Ten Square Games group shall come into force. The changes will introduce uniform terms of providing services for all Users of our games. The existing terms for the provision of services for individual games shall be replaced by one comprehensive version of Terms of Services. Users who have an Account (i.e. registered players), are entitled to terminate the provision of services agreement, if they do not accept the new Terms of Services. The notice of termination may be submitted until the provisions of the new Terms of … Continued

4 localization challenges in mobile games on the example of Fishing Clash

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Let’s start with an important remark – localization doesn’t equal translation. With translation, your goal is to represent the original text as faithfully as possible, with localization – not always. Localization is more like an adaptation. For example, it would be a bold idea to literally translate an in-game Thanksgiving event into Chinese, because it’s an unknown festive day in Asia. Keeping that in mind and knowing the dynamics of the mobile games business, here are 4 common obstacles one may face when working on localizations.      1.TIME So many strings, so little time Keeping a mobile game interesting … Continued

A day at work of a software developer in the mobile industry

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A software developer’s working day usually begins with an activity called the code review – a quick elimination of inconsistencies and mistakes, which helps to find better coding solutions. The code review depicts an important element of a programmers work – programming is not only about writing code; a lot of time is dedicated to analyze problems and come up with efficient solutions.

This company retreat was like a firsthand Peking Express

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Stating that work-life balance is important is like proclaiming that penguins can’t fly. And while corporate retreats are a significant factor in keeping a team’s mental hygiene intact, there can be more to it. As studies show, a well-organised company trip can turn out to be a great way to encourage people to work together to achieve a shared goal. And exactly that was the key factor in our company trip this year.

2 core skills of a production-aware game designer

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Design is where it all starts. From a spontaneous idea to a solid concept, followed by a first prototype and pre-production tests, a game designer plays a key role in defining the future production process. To maximize the chances of creating a successful game, a designer has to apply two R’s –  reaction and… reason!    

Reasons why you’d like to work at Ten Square Games

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Do you dream that you’ll have an ideal job with many career paths and the possibility of development after graduation? Would you like to keep developing in the IT and mobile games industry and also be up to date with trends? You couldn’t find a better place! I’ll assure you that you’ll gladly get out of bed for Ten Square Games because it’s not just a company – it’s potential, unbelievable work comfort and amazing people who strive for a shared success. Interested? Find out more about us!

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