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How do I put my Google code-in?
Verify your Google account
- On your phone, find your Google Settings. Depending on your device, either: In your main Settings app, tap Google.
- Tap Manage your Google Account.
- Scroll right and tap Security. Security code.
- You’ll find a 10-digit code.
- Enter the code on the phone you want to sign in on and tap Continue.
How do I find my Google Code?
You can search for specific files or code snippets by using the search box located at the top of the Google Cloud Console. All searches use RE2 regular expressions by default. If you don’t want to use regular expressions, enclose your search in double quotation marks ( ” ).
What can you learn from Google Code-in?
You can ask questions and learn about all aspects of open source including programming, testing, code reviews, writing documentation, bugs, and design. Google Code-in is a gateway to learning new skills as well as learning the importance of collaborative and open software development.
What happens at the end of the Google Code in contest?
At the end of the contest, each organization will choose six finalists to receive limited edition Google Code-in jackets! Two finalists will be Runners-up and receive a Google Code-in backpack. Two finalists from each organization will be grand prize winners and go on a trip to Google Headquarters in California!
How does Google choose the participating organizations for summer of code?
Google chooses the participating organizations from organizations who have previously participated in Google Summer of Code and have shown strong ability in mentoring beginners across many time zones. Do I have to know how to code in order to participate?
How do I apply for a job at Google?
5.1 If at the time of registration you affirmatively express interest in future job opportunities at Google, you may be contacted by a Google recruiter after completion of the Kickstart challenge and may be invited to apply for a position at Google. The participants (if any) who Google contacts will be determined in Google’s sole discretion.