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Google Summer of Code 2016 has come to a close. Thank you to all of the mentors and students who participated this year. Stay tuned for our wrap up blog post.
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That's a wrap! All student work should be submitted today. Mentors will evaluate student work through August 29th and the results will be announced on August 30th.
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Launched at Bay Area Maker Faire 2016, Science Journal is an app that turns your phone into a mobile science tool for learning about the world.

Now you can learn about the app too -- we've just open-sourced some of the code.
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We're open-sourcing the Unimorph data set, research which resulted from studying which languages are the most information dense.
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New open source release gcloud-ruby is a gem to make Rubyists more at home developing on Google Cloud Platform. Learn more in this blog post from +Aja Hammerly:
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Friendly reminder to all mentors: Your student evaluations are due on August 29th. We announce results on August 30th!
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Reminder to all students participating in Google Summer of Code 2016: Your work submission and mentor evaluations are due August 23rd. Don't delay!

We'll announce the results of this year's program on August 30th.
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Time's almost up! Students must have their work and mentor evaluations submitted by August 23rd.
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GSoC inspired this team of org admins and mentors to start a class at Technical University of Munich (TUM). What did they do with that class?

They created a wildly popular website that applies data science to Game of Thrones to do things like predict the likelihood of each character's death. Learn how they did it in their guest post:
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Time to put your pencils down, students: your code samples and mentor evaluations are due August 23rd. Finish those tests and docs!
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Google Summer of Code 2016 is nearing its end! Students wind down projects this week and prepare to clean, document, and submit their work starting August 15th.
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Tatyana and Guy, org admin and mentors for the BioJS project, share their Google Summer of Code story and the open source adventure that ensued. We're sharing their story in three parts over the next few weeks.

Read the first installment in our blog today:
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Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for open source software projects. We work with many open source, free software, and technology-related groups to identify and fund projects over a three month period. Since its inception in 2005, the program has brought together almost 11,000 student participants and over 10,000 mentors from 109 countries worldwide to produce over 50 million lines of code. Through Google Summer of Code, accepted student applicants are paired with a mentor from the participating projects. Students gain 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.