Difference between revisions of "Google Code In"

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= BRL-CAD participation in GCI =
 
= BRL-CAD participation in GCI =
  
== [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Google_Code_In/2015 Google Code-In 2016]==
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== Google Code-In 2017==
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And again! BRL-CAD is 1 of 25 orgs accepted into the program.
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== [[Google_Code_In/2015|Google Code-In 2016]]==
  
 
We're back!  BRL-CAD is 1 of 17 orgs accepted into the program.
 
We're back!  BRL-CAD is 1 of 17 orgs accepted into the program.
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Still integrating prior tasks, we did not apply.  We also needed time to focus on a major release and were quite exhausted after GCI 2014.  We needed a break.  
 
Still integrating prior tasks, we did not apply.  We also needed time to focus on a major release and were quite exhausted after GCI 2014.  We needed a break.  
  
== [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Google_Code_In/2014 Google Code-In 2014]==
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== [[Google_Code_In/2014|Google Code-In 2014]]==
  
 
With 393 tasks completed, this was a hugely productive year.  By a simple wallclock conservative measure, those tasks constitute roughly 10 full-time years of effort.
 
With 393 tasks completed, this was a hugely productive year.  By a simple wallclock conservative measure, those tasks constitute roughly 10 full-time years of effort.
  
== [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Google_Code_In/2013 Google Code-In 2013]==
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== [[Google_Code_In/2013|Google Code-In 2013]]==
  
== [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Google_Code_In/2012 Google Code-In 2012] ==
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== [[Google_Code_In/2012|Google Code-In 2012]] ==
  
 
This was the first year doing GCI. BRL-CAD was 1 of 10 organizations selected. Student response was [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Community_Publication_Portal#BRL-CAD_Accomplishments_:_GCI_2012 overwhelming].  We learned a lot and fell in love with the program.
 
This was the first year doing GCI. BRL-CAD was 1 of 10 organizations selected. Student response was [http://brlcad.org/wiki/Community_Publication_Portal#BRL-CAD_Accomplishments_:_GCI_2012 overwhelming].  We learned a lot and fell in love with the program.

Revision as of 17:49, 5 December 2017

Overview

Google Code-in is a program run by Google since 2010 that introduces young pre-university students (13 to 17 years old) to open source. BRL-CAD has participated in GCI for a number of years and it works like this:

  • We create a bunch of tasks for students to work on BRL-CAD.
  • A student picks a task from the list and works on it.
  • The student can ask questions or get help from mentors and submits their work when they're done.
  • A BRL-CAD mentor reviews the work and either sends it back for more work or accepts it as completed successfully.

Getting Started Checklist

Whether you're applying or accepted, we've itemized everything you need to do into a simple CHECKLIST. We're here to help you become new open source developers, so don't be shy if you have any questions.

BRL-CAD participation in GCI

Google Code-In 2017

And again! BRL-CAD is 1 of 25 orgs accepted into the program.

Google Code-In 2016

We're back! BRL-CAD is 1 of 17 orgs accepted into the program.

Google Code-In 2015

Still integrating prior tasks, we did not apply. We also needed time to focus on a major release and were quite exhausted after GCI 2014. We needed a break.

Google Code-In 2014

With 393 tasks completed, this was a hugely productive year. By a simple wallclock conservative measure, those tasks constitute roughly 10 full-time years of effort.

Google Code-In 2013

Google Code-In 2012

This was the first year doing GCI. BRL-CAD was 1 of 10 organizations selected. Student response was overwhelming. We learned a lot and fell in love with the program.