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Contest introducing teenagers to open source development.
Contest introducing teenagers to open source development.

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Drum roll, please... we are pleased to announce the winners and finalists of Google Code-in 2018!
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Google Code-in 2018 has come to a close! This year over 3,123 students ages 13-17 completed more than 15,276 tasks for 27 different open source projects.

We'll announce the winners of our annual contest on January 7.
Wrapping up Google Code-in 2018
Wrapping up Google Code-in 2018
opensource.googleblog.com
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Students, the deadline to claim a new task is less than a week away! Make sure you've claimed your last task before Monday, December 10 at 17:00 UTC.
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Starting today students ages 13-17 can compete for prizes by contributing to open source software with the help of mentors. Google Code-in 2018 runs from today to December 2. Read on to get started or learn more!
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We're excited to announce the 27 open source organizations that will be mentoring students as part of Google Code-in 2018! The contest begins for students on October 23rd.
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Has your open source project participated in +Google Summer of Code? We're taking applications for Google Code-in 2018!

The application deadline is September 17 and the contest opens for students ages 13-17 on October 23.
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We are excited to announce the 9th annual Google Code-in! This year the contest opens to students on Tuesday, October 23. Read on for more details.
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Mentorship takes time and effort. It takes personal dedication, a welcoming culture, and a commitment to institutional knowledge. Today we celebrate the mentors and communities who do it well, like +Joomla!: https://goo.gl/k1bJiT

Who do you want to celebrate?
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What does it take to be a mentor? Some experience and an eagerness to help, mostly! Today's guest post follows one student's journey from releasing their first open source project to mentoring for Coala in +Google Code-in.
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