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    Seeking LUA developer for World of Warcraft Bots.

    Looking for a skilled individual in the language of Lua, whos looking for paid work.

    Job Specifics:
    Advanced understanding of Lua. (Classic and Retail.)
    Able to create an in game World of Warcraft interface.
    Understanding of wow API.
    User Authentication server (backed work which will most likely require a web dev.) Bonus points if you can/know how.
    Willingness to commit several hours a day to coding and development.
    Discord or Skype account which I can 1 on 1 interview and speak to you.

    Contact me via Ownedcore PM only.
    Last edited by Ordes; 03-02-2021 at 07:43 PM.
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