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Announcing new open source releases, exploring major projects, sharing how we approach FOSS, and supporting communities around the world.
Announcing new open source releases, exploring major projects, sharing how we approach FOSS, and supporting communities around the world.
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Incomplete or confusing documentation is the top complaint about open source software, and technical writers across Google are tackling the issue starting with open source projects from Google Cloud.

We'll be sharing what we learn along the way and are excited to offer this brief guide as a starting point.
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Introducing Outline, an open source platform for creating and operating your own VPN.

Made by Jigsaw to help journalists cope with censorship and surveillance, it's been independently audited and designed with usability front and center.
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Please join us in congratulating the Spinnaker project! Spinnaker, an open source, multi-cloud continuous delivery platform, has begun formalizing project governance.

This is an important step toward ensuring the project's long term health.
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We're pleased to announce support for PyTorch, a popular open source deep learning framework, in Kubeflow, which is an open source platform designed to make end-to-end ML pipelines easy to deploy and manage.

Developers are also working on adding PyTorch support to TensorBoard, a suite of machine learning visualization tools which is open source as well!
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Researchers on the Google Brain team open sourced AutoAugment, a reinforcement learning algorithm that improves on the performance of the previous best computer vision models.

Find code and white paper at: https://github.com/tensorflow/models/tree/master/research/autoaugment
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Google Code-in, our annual contest that gets students ages 13-17 contributing to open source, begins on October 23rd!

Today we're excited to introduce the 27 open source organizations that will be mentoring this year's students.
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Join us to help students ages 13-17 learn by contributing to open source! We're seeking applications from projects that have done +Google Summer of Code and want to be a part of +Google Code-in 2018.

Deadline is September 17th. Contest opens for students on October 23rd!
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Have you met Tink? Tink is a multi-language, cross-platform, open source library which aims to provide cryptographic APIs that are secure, easy to use correctly, and hard(er) to misuse.
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Announcing the 9th annual Google Code-in contest! Starting October 23, students ages 13 to 17 can learn about software development by contributing to open source projects with mentorship from active developers.
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Google Summer of Code 2018 is a wrap! Congratulations to the 1,072 students who successfully completed the program, and thank you to the 2,100+ mentors who worked with them.
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