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Minority Engineer Magazine, launched in 1979, is a career- guidance and recruitment magazine offered at no charge to qualified engineering or computer-science students and professionals who are African-American, Hispanic, Native American, and Asian American. Minority Engineer presents career strategies for readers to assimilate into a diversified job marketplace.

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 Home Depot Hiring 1K Tech Pros

 
The Home Depot is hiring approximately 1,000 new technology professionals in 2018 at its primary technology centers in Atlanta, GA, and in Austin and Dallas, TX to support initiatives related to its $11.1 billion, three-year strategic investment plan.
In December 2017 the company announced investments related to its store and online shopping experience, supply chain and delivery capabilities, and associate and workforce management systems.
Many of these initiatives require advanced software engineering, system engineering, UX design and product management. 
“With the rapidly changing retail environment, this is easily one of the most exciting places to work in technology,” says Matt Carey, executive vice president and CIO of The Home Depot, which is headquartered in Atlanta, GA.
“Our team is building some of the most advanced software anywhere to help customers shop whenever, wherever and however they want.”
Recently named one of Fast Company’s 50 Most Innovative Companies, The Home Depot’s technology team uses the latest modern development stacks and Agile practices across public and private cloud platforms.
Additionally, the team leverages artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality, big data, machine learning, and voice and visual recognition capabilities to build award-winning experiences for customers and associates.
Interested in working in technology at The Home Depot? Hear Carey discuss how the team builds customer-first solutions using the latest software engineering techniques in the latest edition of the Give Me an H podcast, corporate.homedepot.com/newsroom/give-me-an-h-podcast-launch-ted-decker, and see open positions at careers.homedepot.com/technology.
 
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