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      Open Q&A   12/03/2017

      Hello guys, We decided to have an open Q&A thread for you guys to ask us questions. Me and @Shields will be the ones to answer your questions. Feel free to ask anything and we'll do our best to provide an answer. Go to the Open Q&A thread >>

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  1. Game Administrator - Illegal Roleplay Description A game administrator for V: Role Play is a player entrusted with authority and commands to moderate the server and to assist in fostering a positive roleplay environment where all players on the server can have a positive experience while being free of negative experiences such as: in-game rule violations, toxic attitude, abuse of authority, bug abusing, trolling etc. What you will do You will work closely with Management (currently consisting of Fright and Shields), Developers and other Game Administrators to moderate the server. Within your specific role as a game administrator for illegal roleplay, you will be the instrument behind the creation, design and ongoing development of the illegal roleplay scene on the server as well as creating, designing and the on-going moderation of illegal roleplay scene branches such as the acquisition of narcotics, firearms and other contraband. You will encourage the illegal roleplay scene, moderate it, oversee illegal roleplay and act as out of character faction management relating to illegal roleplay factions including responding to complaints regarding illegal roleplay factions and overseeing the offical illegal faction system. Furthermore, you will conduct all other generic game administrator duties such as answering in-game reports, enforcing rules, communicating with players and other prescribed duties. What you will get You will serve as an game administrator and get all perks, privileges and authority that comes with the position. You will also get the satisfaction of assisting the illegal roleplay scene flourish while encouraging a healthy and active illegal roleplay scene in the future. All effort and hard work you put into the position, you will see the outcome of. Requirements: Experience in the illegal roleplay scene. Experience leading an illegal roleplay faction on a major roleplay server. Ability to conduct yourself in a professional manner while representing the interests of the player base and the staff team. Ability to brainstorm ideas and design concepts and systems relating to illegal roleplay. Ability to broaden your vision as you will be the one to propose what a certain illegal roleplay feature will look like. Our ultimate goal is that you will be aligned with your vision. Ability to moderate and take administrative action that is fair, consistent and in compliance with our internal game administrator guidelines. Ability to conduct all duties in a professional manner while keeping in mind that we're all ultimately here for the players at the end of the day and not ourselves. Experience in complaint handling and the ability to resolve complaints. Basic communication skills in English. Ability to dedicate time into the community. Must not a staff member on another roleplay server. How to apply Please contact me over a forum private message. Introduce yourself, outline your experience in illegal roleplay and past serious/heavy roleplay and perhaps provide a 1-2 paragraph write up of what you hope to contribute to the staff team and ultimately the player base as a game administrator assigned to illegal roleplay. You can send me a forum private message by clicking HERE.
  2. UI/Web Developer Description Front-end developers are a part of V: Role Play's development team, in the "Front-end Chapter" team. They work on two main scopes, the main one is VRP's in-game overlay (the cool thing that lets players do amazing things with their mouse), and the smaller one is VRP's website. What you will do You will participate in the design process of features, maintain the codebase of VRP's front-end overlay, communicate tightly with the back-end developers to make the UI work in harmony with the back-end. You will also work closely with designers who will provide you with the relevant sketches and you will bring them to life as fully-functioning components in our UI Overlay. You will also work on the front-end of VRP's website. What you will get Whether you are a hobbyist developer or a professional, you will be introduced to professional ways of developing software. Our team works in a Scrum-like methodology where we divide work into sprints. You will be introduced to project management with JIRA, write code in TypeScript for Angular 4, craft amazing UI components. If you are looking to become a professional developer, there is a lot to learn from all of us. Hopefully we can learn from you, too. If you are already a professional developer, please share your knowledge with us by joining the team. Requirements Experience with JavaScript development in ES6/ES2015. Bonus points for TypeScript experience. Experience with developing front-end applications with Angular (currently Angular 4). Experience with the git version control system. Writing clean code, documented when necessary, with taking performance into account. Style responsive (desktop only, different screen sizes) web interfaces with Sass. You are familiar with HTML5 and CSS3. Bonus points: experience (or willing to learn) how to use JIRA. How to apply Please contact me by sending me a forum private message. Introduce yourself, and make sure to include some of your work. We'll continue from there
  3. UI/UX Designer Description One of the things that makes V: Role Play unique, is the staff's "one man's army" capabilities. Our development team is highly capable. Some of us work full-time as front-end engineers, and while we focus on developing the game server and our UI overlay, and are able to produce designs, we feel like it would be great to have someone dedicated for crafting amazing designs. What you will do You will work closely with the developers (mainly UI Overlay developers) to provide designs for our unique in-game overlay. The in-game overlay is a whole ecosystem that provides role playing experience that's never seen before. Anything you'd normally be able to do via commands, we aim to make visual. You will design concepts for new views and designs when needed. Additionally, you will craft designs for our website and forums if necessary. Bare in mind, we all have advanced Photoshop experience so you are not going to be a lonely alien. What you will get You will get to be a part of a very professional team. Whether you aim (or already are) to be a professional UI/UX designer, you will get to work in a very smooth design-to-production process and there is a lot to learn. If you have the needed skills and motivation, we can help you become a front-end engineer and involve you in applying what you design in code. You will be able to occasionally pair with one of our front-end engineers and learn technologies that are used today in the industry (Angular 4+, Sass, HTML5, CSS3, etcetera). In addition, you will have access to our development server and you have the opportunity to become a Game Administrator in the future if you wish. Requirements Experience with independently craft designs using software like Adobe Photoshop and (huge bonus) Adobe Illustrator. Ability to broaden your vision as you will be the one to propose what a certain feature will look like. Our ultimate goal is that you will be aligned with your vision. Basic communication skills in English. Ability to dedicate time into the community. We are all volunteers and we do not expect you to dedicate a lot of your free time. Just enough to maintain a smooth design-to-production process. How to apply Please contact me by sending me a forum private message. Introduce yourself, and make sure to include some of your work. We'll continue from there
  4. Gameserver Developer Description Game developers are a part of V: Role Play's development team. The team consists of two chapters, the "Front-end Chapter" and the "Back-end Chapter". This position belongs to the Back-end Chapter. What you will do You will participate in the design process of features, maintain the codebase of VRP's game server and fix bugs when decided. You will use the most recent technologies to develop the game server - TypeScript, Node.js, Socket.io and more. What you will get Whether you are a hobbyist developer or a professional, you will be introduced to professional ways of developing software. Our team works in a Scrum-like methodology where we divide work into sprints. You will be introduced to project management with JIRA, write code with TypeScript (Node.js) for our game mode and will have huge impact on performance and experience. You will be in a team of (currently 3) real-life Software Engineers, including team leads. If you are looking to become a professional developer, there is a lot to learn from all of us. Hopefully we can learn from you, too. Requirements Experience with JavaScript development in ES6/ES2015. Bonus points for TypeScript experience. Experience with developing back-end applications with Node.js. Experience with the git version control system. Writing clean code, documented when necessary, with taking performance into account. Ability to follow a team-wide accepted style guide for your code. Bonus points: experience (or willing to learn) how to use JIRA. How to apply Please contact me by sending me a forum private message. Introduce yourself, and make sure to include some of your work. We'll continue from there
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