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Google Code-in Grand Prize Winners Announced!

By on Feb 14, 2011 in Announcements | 17 comments

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Google Gode-in 2010 Grand Prize Winners have been officially announced on the Google Open Source blog. You can view the list here (it is ordered by last name). ;)

Google is inviting 14 participants instead of the pre-announced 10 to their Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California. This would happen somewhere in May. Anybody whom I could meet? :P

17 Comments

  1. Furkan Üzümcü

    March 6, 2011

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    That’s a really weird commenting system.
    Congrats BTW.
    See you there!

    • Gautam

      March 8, 2011

      Lol, how is it weird? :P It is the same as your WordPress blog’s.

      Meet you there too. ;)

    • Ashfame

      March 8, 2011

      May be he is talking about the threading :P

      And you might want to fix the page reloads on hitting the reply button – comment-reply.js

  2. Nandan Jha

    April 16, 2011

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    Congratulations Gautam.

    I found this side while looking at bbpress , been trying to follow the progress of the plugin for a while. Am looking to use it at ghumakkar.com once it is ready. Ghumakkar is a travel website which I manage.

    I know you would be very busy and would have lot of interesting projects but if you want to do something else for a change, let me know. At Ghumakkar, we are looking at building a solid travel community of real travelers and would be delighted to have some of your time for our engineering backend.

    • Gautam

      April 16, 2011

      Thanks Nandan! I’m sorry but I won’t be able to help you with Ghumakkar. :)

    • Nandan Jha

      April 18, 2011

      Please dont be sorry Gautam.

      Good luck for your future and visit Ghumakkar for travel ideas :-). traveling is good.

    • Gautam

      April 19, 2011

      Thanks :)

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