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Bringing student developers and open source software organizations together to create more code for everyone.
Bringing student developers and open source software organizations together to create more code for everyone.

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In March, the Mercurial project held one of its twice-a-year sprints at Google's offices in Mountain View. Read what was discussed and learn a bit about the project's future in our latest blog post:

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SyntaxNet, a neural-network framework for understanding language, is getting some major upgrades.

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Student applications for Google Summer of Code 2017 are now open! Find more info and some tips on how to apply in our latest blog post.

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Introducing Graphyte, an open source framework for wireless verification test systems on Linux and Chrome OS. Graphyte's initial focus is on Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 802.15.4 physical layer verification.

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First we open-sourced Zopfli for PNG compression, now we're open-sourcing Guetzli which produces 35% smaller JPEG files without sacrificing image quality.

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Are you ready for Google Summer of Code? Student applications open on March 20th!

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Google Summer of Code is fast approaching. Learn how to choose a project and prepare your application:

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New open source project Upspin aims to provide a global namespace for files and sensors.

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Last month was the inaugural Wontfix_Cabal, an event by open source maintainers for open source maintainers. Here's a recap from the organizer:

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Python Fire, a new tool open-sourced by the Google Brain team, generates command line interfaces for existing Python codebases.
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