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Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
Google Summer of Code 2012
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Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program, sponsored by Google, aimed at getting students interested in open source development by paying them a stipend to work on an open source project for the …

Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program, sponsored by Google, aimed at getting students interested in open source development by paying them a stipend to work on an open source project for the summer.

This presentation for GSoC 2012 is an updated mashup of the two GSoC presentations I did last year, a GSoC 2011 info session and the GSoC presentation (with Thomas Narres) at FrOSCon 2011. It explains how the program works and provides tips for students on how to submit an application.

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  • 1. $5000
  • 2. Warum GSoC?
  • 3. Für den Lebenslauf
  • 4. Ist Google böse ?
  • 5. Organisationen bewerbensich bei Google
  • 6. Studenten bewerben sichbei den Organisationen26. März - 6. April
  • 7. Bewertung der Bewerbungen,Liste der Studenten 23. April
  • 8. Community Bonding Period
  • 9. Coding Period21. Mai - 24. August
  • 10. Google OrganisationenAuswahl Orgs. IdeenlisteInfrastruktur MentorenAnzahl "Slots" Auswahl Studenten Bezahlung Bewertung
  • 11. Bewertungen
  • 12. Erfolgsquote 2011 12 %88 %
  • 13. Organisationen406 Bewerbungen180 angenommen Studenten 2011 3731 Bewerber5474 Bewerbungen1116 angenommen
  • 14. "I figured, hey, theyknow Im a student so they must know I dont know everything yet... So I figured I would apply and see how it went."
  • 15. Kontakt aufnehmen
  • 16. Ideenliste vs.meine Idee
  • 17. Die Bewerbung
  • 18. c o m ge . la n -m e o g le .go www
  • 19. We want youfor GSoC
  • 20. CreditsPresentation: Dirk Haun,GSoC Logo & statistics: Google,Linux Journal cover via KatherineD on yfrog.com,GSoC Mentor Summit group photo via google-opensource.blogspot.comOther photos via Flickr, in order of appearance:"Twenties" by The.Comedian,"BBQ Grill: Flipping the Burgers" by Chris Willis,"Creative hire Resume T-shirt by BlackBirdTees" (A + B) by SOCIALisBETTER,"The Big Queue For the Louvre" by Gideon,"Studentenschlange" by Björn Láczay,"Winners podium moves along to Stage 7" by MoBikeFed,"Anéis | Rings" by Jeff Belmonte,"first class" by DArcy Norman,"Paper Texture" by Steffen Kjær Larsen,"Meeting Lille Metropole" by fdecomite,"Numbers in the orange" by Leonid Mamchenkov,"Conversation" by atomicjeep,"Ideas never run out" by adihrespati,"Instructions" by flattop341,"Fill your paper with the breathings of your heart" by katerha

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