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Female undergraduates encouraged to apply at Amazon

 April 06, 2017

"Come to Edinburgh and invent some of the world’s most advanced software that’s used by millions of Amazon customers every day. "

At the Amazon Edinburgh Development Centre, work is characterised by high scale, complexity and the need for invention. With great opportunities to work on big data, machine learning and high-scale, low-latency distributed systems - the development centre use a wide variety of languages including Java, Python, Ruby, and JavaScript; Open Source technologies including Linux, Ruby on Rails, and AngularJS; and we build on top of Amazon’s world-leading AWS platform.

Female Undergraduates Encouraged to apply

Running this April, the 'Amazon Early Insights' gives female undergraduate students the opportunity to spend a week at Amazon’s Edinburgh Development Centre, attending talks and workshops delivered by Amazon Software Engineers. The students will hear from experts that work on projects that benefit Amazon customers around the world with the eventual aim of building a Skill for Amazon Echo Dot, a hands-free, voice-controlled device that uses Alexa to play music, control smart home devices, provide information, read the news, set alarms and more.

Amazon Early Insights will take place 10th-14th April, 2017 in the Amazon Development Centre (in central Edinburgh). Amazon will cover accommodation, food and travel expenses. 

This is the perfect opportunity to find out more about working for Amazon, build your contacts, get unrivalled access to Amazon’s engineers and inventors and, most importantly, develop your software engineering skills! 

Amazon has a wide variety of career opportunities

Amazon has an amazing selection of opportunities for the right candidates. Take a look at the current vacancies they are offering at this exciting time in the company's growth.

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