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also expecting some #Rstats entries (open source!)
Visit the Google Summer of Code 2011 site for more details about the program this year.
For a detailed timeline and further information about the program, review our Frequently Asked Questions.
About Google Summer of Code
Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. We have worked with several open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund several projects over a three month period. Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought together over 4500 successful student participants and over 3000 mentors from over 100 countries worldwide, all for the love of code. Through Google Summer of Code, accepted student applicants are paired with a mentor or mentors from the participating projects, thus gaining exposure to real-world software development scenarios and the opportunity for employment in areas related to their academic pursuits. In turn, the participating projects are able to more easily identify and bring in new developers. Best of all, more source code is created and released for the use and benefit of all.
To learn more about the program, peruse our 2011 Frequently Asked Questions page. You can also subscribe to the Google Open Source Blog or the Google Summer of Code Discussion Group to keep abreast of the latest announcements.
Participating in Google Summer of Code
For those of you who would like to participate in the program, there are many resources available for you to learn more. Check out the information pages from the 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 instances of the program to get a better sense of which projects have participated as mentoring organizations in Google Summer of Code each year. If you are interested in a particular mentoring organization, just click on its name and you’ll find more information about the project, a summary of their students’ work and actual source code produced by student participants. You may also find the program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) pages for each year to be useful. Finally, check out all the great content and advice on participation produced by the community, for the community, on our program wiki.
- Mentoring Organizations for Google Summer of Code Announced (google-opensource.blogspot.com)
- PSF Now Accepting Applications for Google Summer of Code Projects (pyfound.blogspot.com)
- R again in Google Summer of Code (r-bloggers.com)
- Mentoring organization applications now being accepted for Google Summer of Code! (googlecode.blogspot.com)
- The DOs and DON’Ts of Google Summer of Code: Student Edition (google-opensource.blogspot.com)
- “GF classifieds: Google Summer of Code 2011 edition” and related posts (geekfeminism.org)
- Google Summer of Code Announced at LCA (google-opensource.blogspot.com)
Google recently did the following-
1 Raised salaries by 1000 $ across board, and gave a 10% increase at lower levels to reportedly 30% increase at higher levels.
The surprise 1000$ cash bonus , was a simple application of expectation management, people love a surprise 1000$ raise, but hate if told they would be getting a 90$ raise in their monthly salary from next quarter.
Ex Googlers or GoogleX as the groups is called have helped create a lot of not so evil value at Facebook, and at Twitter. Even the rest of the World made more money on Map Reduce than Google itself did
And Google refuses to do simple things like sell Android )s at 10 bucks a pop, or Google Maps at 0.99 cents a pop. Not even a paid content search by integrating syndicating sources like Factiva, Bloomberg etc
The book scanning project would be out soon , hey when, but they could better get some health record scanning contracts to help cut digital costs
And the A/B experiment to move to pay per conversion rather than pay per click will hurt spamboy advertisers in Facebook or Bing more than Google.
and will someone remove the 100$ limit in Adsense minimum revenue-the internet long tail doesnt end at the round number
But Google ‘s rumors of firing the guy who leaked the raise rumor is totally deception -
seems they are just plugging the leaks for hot new features to counter Gmail killers (where did we heard this phrase before) by
Mark “Still dont have a diploma from Harvard”
speaking of which if Facebook has 500 million unique customers logging and clicking ads (right)- how many unique customers search and click ads on Google. A histogram using a Monte Carlo would be nice-
- Google Raise, Bonus Announcement Surprises Employees (techeblog.com)
- Google engineer: Raise leaker exposed us to mugging (news.cnet.com)
- Google Fires Leaker Of Payrise Info (searchenginewatch.com)
- Google Employee Leaks The News That Google Fired Employee Who Leaked Salary Info (techdirt.com)
- “Burma releases pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi” and related posts (wildmind.org)
- “Google doodle celebrates Robert Louis Stevenson’s birthday” and related posts (pocket-lint.com)
Yup Yankee Doodle. Welcome to India. Ancient Land of Mystique. Modern Land of taking your job.
Let me give you how many jobs we created in India from you.
“Generation of employment
The rapid growth in IT-BPO industry has created large number of jobs for the expanding employablepopulation. The employment provided by the industry increased more than 8 times over FY2000-2009and reached 2.2 million in FY2009.”
Thats stratight from the horses mouth from
2.2 million jobs. Assume 50% of jobs catered to US. Thats 1.1 Million . Assume lower productivity by Indians of 10%.
That’s a million jobs, Americano. Thanks for nothing.
Thats 1 million people who went from taking a paycheck and spending it (on Chinese manufactured good) to 1 million welfare checks.
Now I wish we could drink more Coke, buy more Levis, or even more Fighter Aircraft using our 250 $ billion reserves, but we follow China the leader.
6. Foreign trade grew rapidly and trade surplus was reduced to some extent. The total value of imports and exports for the first three quarters of this year was US$ 2,148.7 billion, up by 37.9 percent year-on-year. The value of exports was US$ 1,134.6 billion, up by 34.0 percent, and the value of imports was US$ 1,014.0 billion, up by 42.4 percent. The trade surplus was US$ 120.6 billion, a decline of US$ 14.9 billion over the same period last year.”
Thats a lot of money employing a lot of Chinese, maybe even more than the 1 million American jobs that went to India.
The computers, electronic equipment, and parts industries experienced the largest growth in trade deficits with China, leading with 627,700 (26%) of all jobs displaced between 2001 and 2008. As a result, the hardest hit Congressional districts were located in California and Texas, where remaining jobs in those industries are concentrated, and in North Carolina, which was hard hit by job displacement in a variety of manufacturing industries
NOTE- Thats also a very sensitive area in terms of security cyber et all
Anyways, thats all now. Thanks for the jobs Yankee boys
(written by an Indian who dislikes job losses anywhere)
- India To Obama: Outsourcing Is A Win-Win (informationweek.com)
- India Tries to Counter U.S. Outsourcing Fears (foxnews.com)
- Welcome Obama! India Inc is here to help (ibnlive.in.com)
- I have to protect American jobs: Obama (ibnlive.in.com)
- The Truth About Outsourcing (creditloan.com)
- India to Raise Issue of Outsourcing Curbs With Obama (pcworld.com)
- Philippine Share of Global IT-BPO Market Can Reach $25 Billion, 1.3 Million Jobs by 2016 (eon.businesswire.com)