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Open source-focused Google Summer of Code 2017 student applications now being accepted

betanews Monday, 20 March 2017
Today is the first official day of spring. With that said, Google wants us to look towards the following season -- summer. You see, starting today, application entries are being accepted for Google Summer of Code 2017. If you've never heard of this program, please know that the search giant pairs students with organizations to get real-world experience working on an open source project during summer break. Google even pays them some money -- it is not an unpaid affair. Pay, experience, and knowledge aside, participating will look excellent on a résumé. "For the 13th straight year GSoC will give… [Continue Reading]
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