Looking for students to build htsget-rs during GSoC 2021

The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health (GA4GH), is looking for students who would help build its Rust AWS Lambda Bioinformatics query interface, htsget-rs and get paid for it under the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) program. Learn about the htsget protocol (for High Throughput (DNA) Sequencing) brings genomics closer to the web here:

The Google Summer of Code is open to students accepted into a post-secondary academic program which, once accepted, will work on projects which are supposed to take approximately 175 hours over 10-week coding period in June, July and August. If they successfully complete it, Google will pay them a stipend ranging from USD 1500 to USD 3300 depending on where they live. More information on the program is at its official site: https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/

Please consider applying if you are a student. We will be also very grateful if you can help us to spread the word about this opportunity so that it reaches more potential participants.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to GA4GH community by posting an email to our mailing list gsoc@ga4gh.org. If you prefer to ask just me, I’ll also be glad to answer any questions sent to brainstorm+gsoc2021@nopcode.org, also @braincode on Twitter and @brainstorm on GitHub.