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Wired: IBM School Ties Linux With Sash

Aug 03, 2000, 00:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"What's the ideal summer vacation for a student programmer? The hands-down -- and hands-on -- answer has to be IBM's Extreme Blue program."

"Extreme Blue is a summer internship program on both coasts that provides computer science students with the chance to create and build new software for emerging technologies like Linux."

"It also allows IBM access to talented people who might not normally have thought of Big Blue as their employer of choice. IBM refers to the program as an "academic incubator."

"This year's standout student project in the Boston area was "Sash For Linux." an application based on IBM's Sash technology."

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