We’re offering an internship:
The intern will work on our main project, an interactive
browser game written in Common Lisp with high availability
The position is unpaid but we’re very flexible with respect
to your goals and your time: work may be carried out remote
(communication via mail/instant messaging) and you can choose
among a wide range of tasks.
You should know some Common Lisp, but experience in another
programming language may be sufficient too. Code samples
if you want to work on the frontend.
Write to email@example.com if you’re interested in
working on a real-life project in Common Lisp.
Only serious applicants, please.
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