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Google to students: Flip bits, not burgers

From staff and wire reports
March 27th, 2009

Google Inc. is accepting applications for its "Summer of Code 2009" program, which offers stipends to student software developers to write code for various open-source software projects during their summer breaks.


Now in its fifth year, the program has brought together more than 2,400 students from nearly 100 countries worldwide to work on 230 open-source projects and create millions of lines of code, Google says.


Google identifies the program's goals this way: getting more open-source code created and released for the benefit of everyone; inspiring young developers to begin participating in open-source development; helping open-source projects identify and bring in new developers;

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  • Google to students: Flip bits, not burgers

    From staff and wire reports
    March 27th, 2009

    Google Inc. is accepting applications for its "Summer of Code 2009" program, which offers stipends to student software developers to write code for various open-source software projects during their summer breaks.


    Read the full story here, on eCampus News.

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