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Google Open Source Blog · 1d ago

Wrapping up Google Code-in 2017

Today marks the conclusion of the 8th annual Google Code-in (GCI), our contest that teaches teenage students through contributions to open source projects. As with most years, the contest ev...
Google Open Source Blog · 1d ago

OpenCensus: A Stats Collection and Distributed Tracing Framework

Today we’re pleased to announce the release of OpenCensus, a vendor-neutral open source library for metric collection and tracing. OpenCensus is built to add minimal overhead and be deployed...
Google Open Source Blog · 4d ago

Googlers on the road: Linux.conf.au 2018

It’s summer in Sydney and Linux.conf.au (LCA) 2018 is just a week away. LCA, an annual event that attracts people from all over the globe, including Googlers, runs January 22nd to 26th.LCA i...
Google Open Source Blog · 1W ago

Container Structure Tests: Unit Tests for Docker Images

Usage of containers in software applications is on the rise, and with their increasing usage in production comes a need for robust testing and validation. Containers provide great testing en...
Google Open Source Blog · 1W ago

Talk shop with Google Open Source

Hello world! The Google Open Source team is ringing in the new year by launching accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ to engage more with the community and keep folks up to date.Free a...
Google Open Source Blog · 2W ago

Seeking open source projects for Google Summer of Code 2018

Do you lead or represent a free or open source software organization? Are you seeking new contributors? (Who isn’t?) Do you enjoy the challenge and reward of mentoring new developers? Apply ...
Google Open Source Blog · 1M ago

Google Code-in is breaking records

It’s been an incredible (and incredibly busy!) three weeks for the 25 mentor organizations participating in Google Code-in (GCI) 2017, our seven week global contest designed to introduce tee...
Google Open Source Blog · 1M ago

TFGAN: A Lightweight Library for Generative Adversarial Networks

Crossposted on the Google Research BlogTraining a neural network usually involves defining a loss function, which tells the network how close or far it is from its objective. For example, im...
Google Open Source Blog · 1M ago

Announcing the S2 Library: Geometry on the Sphere

Google has always embraced new approaches to organizing all the world's information, and this includes all the world's geography. Today we are announcing the open source release of Google's ...
Google Open Source Blog · 1M ago

DeepVariant: Highly Accurate Genomes With Deep Neural Networks

Crossposted on the Google Research BlogAcross many scientific disciplines, but in particular in the field of genomics, major breakthroughs have often resulted from new technologies. From San...