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Amazon entered the e-book hardware industry in 2007 with the release of the original Kindle reader. Today, Amazon is on the 6th generation of Kindle e-readers, and Kindle is the best-selling e-reader family in the world.
The teams that build the Kindle experience work in diverse business areas, including designing and building new devices and features, developing software and apps, and acquiring content.
We want you to join Amazon in our continuing mission to build better Kindle devices. Would you like to work every day on behalf of customers and really make a difference? We have lots of complex technical and business problems for you to help us solve with ingenuity, simplicity, and the spirit of innovation that is part of our DNA.
How does a new device get created at Amazon? Meet the teams working together to invent for our customers.
Dharini talks through her experience as a Software Development Engineer on the Devices team.
Meet Scott, Creative Director from the Amazon Devices and Services Design Group.
The Product Design team works with cross-functional teams like Reliability and Hardware Engineering to design devices.
Meet Julie, a system engineering lead on Amazon Lab126's hardware team who has worked on products from Kindle to Amazon Echo.
Omar walks through the technical depth and breadth required to be a successful Technical Program Manager on the Amazon Devices team.