Udacity announced in its first conference Intersect 2017 the following Udacity Nanodegree hiring partners. Notable ones include Didi (Uber of China), Uber, Github, Google, Facebook and Slack.
Udacity Blitz allows nanodegree graduates to become "interns" and "contractors" in Udacity Blitz workforce and work for potential clients. International hiring partners include Rakuten (eBay ecommerce giant of Japan), BMW (smart car) and more.
A comprehensive guide to Nanodegree and corresponding hiring partners:
VR Developer Nanodegree course partners are Google VR, Vive, Upload, hiring partners are Lucid, Samsung, Upload, nod
Self Driving Car course partners include Mercedes-Benz, NVIDIA, Uber ATG, Didi (Uber of China), BMW, McLaren, NEXTEV,
Robotics Nanodegree course partners are Bosch Electric Movement iRobot, Lockheed Martin, Kuka, Uber ATG
Digital Marketing Nanodegree course partners are facebook, google, moz, hootsuite, hubspot, mailchimp
Front-End Web Developer Nanodegre course partners are AT&T, Google, Github, Hack Reactor,
Machine Learning Engineer Nanodegree course partner is Kaggle (now Google)
Artificial Intelligence course partners include IBM Watson, Amazon Alexa, Didi (Uber of China)
Data Analyst Nanodegree:
Business Analytics Nanodegree course partners include alteryx, tableau,
Android Basics Nanodegree by Google
Machine Learning Nanodegree course partners include kaggle,
Full Stack Web Developer Nanodegree course partners include amazon web services, github, AT&T, Google
Android Developer Nanodegree by Google
Become an iOS Developer course partner AT&T, Lyft, Google
Data Analyst Nanodegree course partner Facebook, Tableau,
For an overview see Udacity's Hiring Partner page
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
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