The Dell JobCenter has added more than 100 openings for software engineers at more than 30 companies.
The company has opened a hiring window for software developers across all of its business units, including hardware, software and consulting.
The openings are open to software engineers from outside of the company.
Companies that have announced job openings in the last two weeks include:Google, which is working with several companies to build its cloud infrastructure, including a new “Google Cloud Platform” for data center and enterprise applications;Microsoft, which has been developing its Azure cloud for more than a decade;and Cisco, which recently announced it is expanding its Cloud for Business program to include software developers in San Francisco.
The company said that the new openings will offer the opportunity for more developers to collaborate.
Microsoft and Cisco have announced that they will add more positions to their Cloud for Enterprise program, and Google is also working with them to bring more developers and cloud developers into their Cloud infrastructure.
The companies said that they plan to make the hiring process faster and easier by offering developers a streamlined process for hiring and securing jobs.
Google said in a blog post that the company plans to have a full-stack team at its new San Francisco headquarters, with all of the team members being based in the company’s San Francisco campus.
Google Cloud has been one of the fastest-growing cloud companies in the U.S. over the last year.
The software giant has hired more than 5,000 developers and hired more employees in the cloud since 2016.