Google Summer of Code 2006
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 14 April 2006 at 01:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Google's Summer of Code has just entered its second year. Summer of Code 2006 is designed for students and is used to promote programming, as well as open-source software, through the summer months when most of these participants are away from school. The participating mentoring organizations include Apache, FreeBSD, GCC, GAIM, Gallery, Google, ICU, Open Security Foundation, Python Software Foundation, Subversion, PERL Foundation, and the WINE Project. While for those students, Google isn't yet accepting applications, more information on this 2006 Summer of Code is available at Google Code.
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