Google has announced itsCode-in contestwill begin this November, introducing pre-university students to the world of open source development.
openSUSE as a project always looking to improve and grow and this is one of those opportunities: Google Summer of Code!
Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program that offers students an paid opportunity to write code for several open source projects. The purpose is to benefit open source projects and encourage young developers to hack and learn.
Students of a Pennsylvania school district are hauling educators to court over allegations that administrators remotely activated the webcams on school-issued laptops and used that remote access to spy on students and their family members.
Australia’s largest university, Monash in Melbourne, is set to expand the presence of Google technology on campus, now providing staff across the university with Google Apps Education edition, following the successful transition of students to the web-based service last November.
Project:Possiblity just hosted the first ever SS12: Code for a Cause. SS12 is a programming competition where teams of students compete to code open source software for persons with disabilities over the course of a weekend. Teams of students working with GNOME’s Caribou took first place at UCLA and second place at USC!
Over 22 million students currently use Microsoft’s Office 365 for Education online services, but today, the company is also announcing a new version of Office 365 for students whose schools don’t use Microsoft’s online productivity suite.
The GNOME Foundation is happy to announce that 29 students have been accepted to work on GNOME through Google Summer of Code this year. The students will work on a wide range of projects improving the core GNOME 3 experience, GNOME technologies, and popular applications.