Why Amazon is hiring programmers
We just got an email from Amazon, inviting us to a job interview for the company’s new programming language program.
The email is a little cryptic and doesn’t go into much detail.
The company doesn’t say much, but we’re betting this is a good one.
Amazon is a big company with a huge roster of talented programmers and the chance to learn programming in a safe environment with the company is a nice way to get the word out about what the company has going on.
The program will focus on the development of software that Amazon is developing for customers and developers around the world.
Amazon has already hired more than 100 programmers, with many of those coming from its Kindle store.
Amazon isn’t disclosing the number of jobs, but the program will have a salary range from $35,000 to $90,000 per year.
The new program will be run by a team led by a former Amazon CTO, which will focus in areas such as data analysis and machine learning.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos also announced last month that Amazon would be hiring a team of 100 new programmers to help run the software development for its Prime Video streaming service.