YOU'RE A BETA
- Whereabouts in the world are you from? (Please include the timezone, too!)
GMT+3 (location rather not say)
- What position are you applying for?
- Why do you feel you are suited for this position?
I've been doing front-end (and some back-end) development professionally for a few years, so I think I can lend a hand with the Loadout frontend's development. Additionally, unitmaid (who seems to be the current loadout frontend developer, if I'm not mistaken) has mentioned that he is currently using Vue + Nuxt.js for development which I have used for more than 1 project. I'm additionally well versed in React as that is what I had been using before switching over to Vue.
- How much time do you spend on Red Sun over Paradise?
About 2-3 hours a day, if I'm not busy that day
- How much time can you spend on Red Sun over Paradise, if accepted?
About the same amount, probably +1 hour or so, however I'm more free during the summer season so will probably be able to spend more time.
(Note: I am currently busy with finishing up a project, so I will probably not be active for about the next week or so, after that I will have a lot of free time.)
- Do you have any relevant experience in this field? If so, please tell us where, and for how long.
At my current job, for about the past 5 years I've been working as a Front-end Developer.
- What could you bring to our team?
I have experience with the current framework that you are using to develop the new Loadout, so if I join the development team I can probably make development hella fast.
- Without going into any specific details, please tell us about yourself.
I'm 30 and my life has been going nowhere so I want to feel good about myself by helping out with something that benefits TF2 (dead game) players.
- Is there anything outwith these questions you wish to add?
i like to shitpost ironically
- If applying for developer, send in some of your previous work as an example. Anything works, including map files, source code, models, and so forth.
Pretty sure this applies to map/mod makers more than front-end developers, but sure.
John / The Snug (https://gitgud.io/m712/the-snug) (React/Express app allowing users to watch public domain movies together like Cytube, with a flexible schedule and IMDB data.)
https://git.m712.xyz/Blazechan/Blazechan (Almost fully featured imageboard engine. Now discontinued as I don't have enough time to work on it.)