Google Summer of Code (GSoC) is a program that matches mentoring organizations with college and university student developers who are paid to write open source code.
Clojure will be participating once again as mentoring organisation in 2017. This means that Google will be paying students from around to world to contribute to projects throughout the Clojure ecosystem.
The student application will open starting on the 20th of March through the 3rd of April.
We are pleased to announce that Google has selected Clojure as a mentoring organisation for this year’s summer of code! This means that Google will sponsor students from around the world to work on projects that are part of the Clojure ecosystem. Now that we know that Clojure will be participating, what happens next?