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  • Summer of Code Sergio Fernndez & Brigitte Jellinek

    March 9th, 2016Fachhochschule Salzburg (Austria)

  • Disclaimer I am not related with Google in any way

    Sergio FernndezPartner Technology Manager at Redlink GmbHExternal Lecturer at Fachhochschule Salzburg

    Member of the Apache Software Foundation, mentoring GSoC projects in the last two years

  • Brigitte JellinekLecturer and Department Head at Fachhochschule Salzburg

    Organizing the Barcamp and WebDev Meetup in Salzburg

  • 10,900+ STUDENTS, 103 COUNTRIES


    50,000,000+ LINES OF CODEGoogle Summer of Code is a global program

    focused on bringing more student developers into

    open source software development. Students work

    with an open source organization on a 3 month

    programming project during their break from



  • $5,500 USDand get paid* up to

    * Google is sponsoring students to work on non-Google open source projects; you are not working for Google, and there is no job offer waiting at the end.

  • Full Student Eligibility: Must be at least 18 years old at time of registration.

    Must be enrolled in or accepted into an accredited institution including (but not necessarily limited to) colleges, universities, masters programs, PhD programs and undergraduate programs as of the GSoC Student Acceptance Date (April 22, 2016).

    Must be eligible to work in their country of residence during duration of program.

    Must be a resident of a country not currently embargoed by the United States.

  • Timeline

  • submissions tilMarch 25, 2016,20:00 (CET)

  • view full timeline

  • and your MMT internship

    How to handle GSoC in regards to your internship:

    GSoC: May to August

    Internship: ~15 weeks between July and December

    GSoC would count as 4 weeks of internship

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    look to projects you could be interested,

    submit your proposal,

    and code!

    What you should do now is:


    vielen Dank twitter



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