Tech giant Google has long had a strong relationship with the big tech companies it works with.
Google’s YouTube has been a popular platform for video sharing since it launched in 2011.
In the years since, Google has expanded YouTube’s video platform to include more popular content, including sports and entertainment.
Now Google is expanding its role with the likes of Facebook, Amazon, and others in the software business.
It has started to hire software developers in an effort to help them expand their software business and its search services.
The move is part of a broader effort to hire more engineers in the company’s software engineering division, where Google is building its deep learning AI systems for machine learning.
“In the future, it will be easier for us to get to a point where we can offer a broader range of tools and services to our customers,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai said at a company-wide software conference earlier this year.
The search giant is hiring software developers for a new team in the Google+ software engineering department, a company spokeswoman said.
“This is part to our strategy to grow our software engineering teams across all of our teams,” she said.
Pichai also recently announced a new job program that aims to help developers who have started out at Google, but are not Google employees, and who are willing to work for free.
The program is called the Google Cloud Job Grant Program.
Picha is also working to help tech companies with hiring a software engineer to help with the recruitment of developers.
The company is also hiring engineers for a “deep learning” AI program it is developing at Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.
“We have an ongoing effort to grow and hire more software engineers, and we’re excited to bring on additional talented developers to support this initiative,” the company said in a blog post announcing the hire.
“As a part of our efforts to attract and retain talented engineers, we’re expanding the Google cloud job grant program.”
While Google has been hiring more and more software developers, many of them have struggled to find employment.
In January, the Wall Street Journal reported that more than 40 percent of software engineers at Google have struggled or left the company.
That number rose to 58 percent in February.
“In order to build a stronger and more efficient software engineering workforce, we are making an investment in hiring more software talent, to help our engineers and developers thrive and grow,” Google said in the blog post.
“The Google Cloud job grant is part that effort.”
Picha, Google’s CEO, has been looking to improve the software engineering team.
Google has hired several software engineers since 2015, and the company has been experimenting with hiring them for its new AI services.
Google was recently named one of Fortune’s “Best Places to Work” for the third consecutive year.