Students who publish Windows 8 apps can get up to $100 each for up to five apps per submission period.
Google is excited to announce that applications for both Chrome Academy and Android Camp have launched! Please visit our website to learn more information and apply today! The deadline to apply for both programs in March 17th, 2013
What is it: Chrome Academy is a week long program at our Google Headquarters in Mountain View, CA. Program participants will learn how to conceptualize and build mobile and Chrome applications.
More information: Please visit google.com/students/chromeacademy for more information and to apply. Applications open January 22nd and the deadline to apply is March 17th. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com
What is it: Android Camp is a week long program at our Google Headquarters in Mountain View, CA which features interactive and collaborative Android curriculum. Participants will learn how to build Android applications from scratch!
Who should apply: Current freshmen or sophomores who are majoring in Computer Science or a related field and who have proficiency (1-2 years experience) programming in Java and who have little to no experience programming in Android.
More information: Please visit google.com/students/androidcamp for more information and to apply. Applications open January 22nd and the deadline to apply is March 17th. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Liventus continually has internship programs available in various job positions of the company. They also provide intern housing. http://www.liventus.com/careers/internships.aspx
South Florida Technology Groups will be getting together to host the first of its kind networking party this holiday season.
This looks interesting and worth while, check it out!
A good case study of the importance of good project management, good design and good testing! Take the time to read some of the technical comments to get more insight to the design problems.
“there are things that you hear in conversations with less skilled engineers that you don’t hear in talks with the best.”
Nice short article about attitudes that skilled technical workers cultivate.
A great opportunity and it includes Computer Science.
“Is this program only for natural science, engineering, mathematics, or computer science majors?
The SULI program focuses on providing research internships in areas of science, engineering, technology and mathematics relevant to and supported by the Department of Energy R&D programs. While applicants are not required to major in areas of natural science, engineering, mathematics or computer science, applicants who demonstrate education, aptitude, and interest in these fields will be most competitive.”