Google Summer of Code Now Accepting Student Applications
Google Summer of Code has brought together over 4,500 students from around the world with over 300 open source projects and together have created millions of lines of code.
Google Summer of Code (GSOC) seeks to inspire young developers to begin their participation in open source through this program. GSOC provides opportunities for students in Computer Science and related fields to work on open source projects related to these interest and will be accepting student applications from March 28 - April 8, 2011.
More information about Google Summer of Code 2011 and how students can apply can be found at:
- Google Summer of Code - Website
- Google Summer of Code - FAQ
- Google Open Source Blog - The DOs and DON’Ts of Google Summer of Code: Student Edition
- Google Summer of Code - Student Guide
- Google Summer of Code - Flyers
Remember student applications are being accepted March 28 through April 8, 2011. If you have questions that none of the links above have provided answers to then please email the Google Summer of Code discussion group.
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