Google's Summer of Code

Wilhelm, Eric
June 2008
Perl Review;Summer2008, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p5
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the Summer of Code (SoC) 2008 sponsored by Google. It notes that Google pays $5,000 per projects to assist students to work on open source projects over their summer break. It cites that a project representative will mentor each student. It presents summaries of the summer's Practical Extraction & Report Language (PERL) projects proposed by several students, including Adrian Kreher, Samuel Tyler and Andrew Whitworth.


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