There are several benefits in Google Summer Of Code project,as a student’s of developer it’s serve as a way of learning modern experience in your coding field and a project which you will be nominated as the year awarded students that complete the project,make sure to apply it and know more about it.

The standard timeline (Google Summer Of Code) accounts for 12 week coding projects.Mentors and GSoC Contributors can agree to extend the coding period up to 22 weeks.

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About Google Summer of Code

Google Summer of Code is a global, online mentoring program focused on introducing new contributors to open source software development. GSoC contributors work on a 12+ week programming project with the guidance of mentors from their open source organization.

Since 2005, the Google Summer of Code program has connected 19,000+ new open source contributors from 112 countries with 18,000+ mentors from 133 countries. Google Summer of Code has produced over 43 million lines of code for 800+ open source organizations.

Benefits Of Google Summer Of Code

During Google Summer of Code, participating contributors are paired with mentors from open source organizations, gaining exposure to real-world software development techniques. Contributors will learn from experienced open source developers while writing code for real-world projects! A small stipend is provided as an incentive.

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Participating organizations use the program to identify and bring in new, excited developers. Many of those new developers will continue to contribute to their new communities and open source long after GSoC is over.

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Google Summer of Code 2024 Timeline

January 22 – 18:00 UTC

  • Mentoring organizations can begin submitting applications to Google

February 6 – 18:00 UTC

  • Mentoring organization application deadline

February 6 – 20

  • Google program administrators review organization applications

February 21 – 18:00 UTC

  • List of accepted mentoring organizations published

February 22 – March 18

  • Potential GSoC contributors discuss application ideas with mentoring organizations

March 18 – 18:00 UTC

  • GSoC contributor application period begins

April 2 – 18:00 UTC

  • GSoC contributor application deadline

April 24 – 18:00 UTC

  • GSoC contributor proposal rankings due from Org Admins

May 1 – 18:00 UTC

  • Accepted GSoC contributor projects announced

May 1 – 26

  • Community Bonding Period | GSoC contributors get to know mentors, read documentation, get up to speed to begin working on their projects

May 27

  • Coding officially begins!

July 8 – 18:00 UTC

  • Mentors and GSoC contributors can begin submitting midterm evaluations

July 12 – 18:00 UTC

  • Midterm evaluation deadline (standard coding period)

July 12 – August 19

  • Work Period | GSoC contributors work on their project with guidance from Mentors

August 19 – 26 – 18:00 UTC

  • Final week: GSoC contributors submit their final work product and their final mentor evaluation (standard coding period)

August 26 – September 2 – 18:00 UTC

  • Mentors submit final GSoC contributor evaluations (standard coding period)

September 3

  • Initial results of Google Summer of Code 2024 announced

September 3 – November 4

  • GSoC contributors with extended timelines continue coding

November 4 – 18:00 UTC

  • Final date for all GSoC contributors to submit their final work product and final evaluation

November 11 – 18:00 UTC

  • Final date for mentors to submit evaluations for GSoC contributor projects with extended deadlines

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