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Young Coders Summer on Google

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This story from WIRED NEWS discusses how Google is trying to push and attract more aspiring programmers to the open-source world with its Google Summer of Code project. As part of the initiative, undergraduate students are paid to work on complex code projects over the summer while being mentored by some of the industry's leading programmers. Those selected for the summer of code project get a $4500 stipend for their efforts.

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I´m Joao Soares,40 yo,biolgist,teacher,pos-graduate in Applied Ecolgy and edit this environmental blog.
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Joao
Portugal

This is a great blog and I really look forward to it. I'm a freelance writer and it gives me lots to think about and to pitch. Thanks.

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