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Students Who Like Programming: Google's Summer of Code Deadline is April 3
Uploaded: Mar 25, 2009
If you are a student who likes writing computer programs then Google's Summer of Code (GSoC)
gives you a chance to contribute to a real world open source software project. Google plans to accept 1000 students worldwide this year. The deadline is noon (PST) on Friday April 3rd.
To apply you must first have a Google login and create a profile on the GSoC site. Then find a mentoring organization
that interests you. Each mentoring organization suggests projects. You can then discuss the project with the mentoring organization to find out more about it.
tells you how to apply by writing proposals. Each proposal is submitted to the sponsoring mentoring organization. You can submit up to 20 proposals.
If you are accepted you will be paired with a mentor who will guide your programming project.
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