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30+ days ago

Build Master (Build Engineer)

Ludia Montreal, Quebec

- Work within the Core-Tech team to maintain and further develop the continuous integration process for the games and engine. - Talk with the team… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Game engine programmer

Ludia Montreal, Quebec

- Design, development and maintenance of a 3D engine in our Core-Tech team - Identification and correction of bugs - Optimization of the performance… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

UI Artist

Ludia Montreal

Graphic design of the game's user interface Working with a multidisciplinary team of game designers, programmers and artists in the development of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Game producer

Ludia Montreal, Quebec

- Define and present the game development strategy to management -Define the scope of the project and main deliverables -Suggest a development plan… Glassdoor


17 days ago

Lead JEE Web Developer

Ludia Montreal

- Managing the programming team - Implement, debug and refine the web-based management software for our online gaming infrastructure, including… Glassdoor


21 days ago

DÉLÉGUÉS COMMERCIAUX MATÉRIELS PÉDAGOGIQUES

LUDIA Ile-de-France

du poste Présentation de la société : LUDIA fabricant de matériels éducatifs depuis 1982 est un acteur majeur du monde de l'éducation et de la… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Game Programmer

Ludia Montreal, Quebec

• Participation in program design and architecture • Designing and coding game systems • Assisting with the scheduling of programming activities on… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Intermediate/Senior Backend/Server Programmer

Ludia Montreal

Come and join the team responsible for developing the online game backend infrastructure, where performance, scalability and reliability are at the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

ETL Developer

Ludia Montreal, Quebec

* Improve and evolve the ETL infrastructure * Design and implement new solutions to deliver information to decision makers * Complete spot requests… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

QA TESTER [iOS / Android]

Ludia Montreal

- Making sure that our games meets very high quality standard on all supported… Glassdoor


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    Fun for a year, hard to stay after that if you respect yourself

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Montreal, QC (Canada)
    Current Employee - Anonymous in Montreal, QC (Canada)

    I have been working at Ludia full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    -Nice people, including upper management and CEO

    -Very good "superficial" perks (parties, activities, free stuff), more traditional benefits also decent (free gym membership, healthy snacks, health insurance etc.)

    -Flexible working hours, relaxed environment, cool office

    -Nice location in the Old Port

    -Great work-life balance

    -Impossible to move up, very difficult or impossible to move to other positions within the company

    Cons

    -Salaries are a joke

    -Many completely incompetent people in middle management, most of them have worked at the company from the very beginning, a lot of nepotism (completely useless people are able to hold onto their jobs because their boss is their friend)

    -Many producers/team leads are completely careless which translates to the rest of the team following their example (meeting rooms are always a mess, people don't clean up after themselves in the kitchen)

    -The company offers training/professional development opportunities ONLY if it's in the company's best interest / they will majorly benefit from it

    -HR can be extremely picky when it comes to hiring people, supposedly due to their high standards, although often the rejected applicants end up working in the same position at a different, more successful video game company

    -Despite the scrutiny of HR, most of our recent games have not been very successful at all

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    -I would consider throwing less ridiculously expensive parties and thinking that giving out tons of plastic garbage with the company/game logo makes me feel appreciated. Paying me adequately would make me feel a lot more appreciated.

    -Making the yearly evaluation system better and more transparent (adding more weight to peer evaluations etc.) Just because someone has been at the company for a long time doesn't mean that they're suddenly off the hook.

    -You are well aware of the fact that most people only come to Ludia to learn some new skills and then leave, yet are doing very little to make people stay. Allowing people to grow within the company and offering professional development opportunities would definitely help

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