[Bioperl-l] Google Summer of Code
nucleic at gmail.com
Mon Apr 5 18:43:34 EDT 2010
Looking forward to a reply regarding my interest to work on Google
Summer of Code BioPerl projects.
On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 10:41 PM, Robert Buels <rmb32 at cornell.edu> wrote:
> Hello Murtaza,
> The first point of contact for each project is the relevant project's
> mailing list, which in this case is bioperl-l at lists.open-bio.org. I'm CCIng
> this there.
> Keep in mind that the summer of code application deadline is April 9th,
> 19:00 UTC, which is in just 5 days.
> Murtaza wrote:
>> Dear Robert,
>> I am interested in working on the project titled "Perl Run Wrappers for
>> External Programs in a Flash". I am current a student of medicine with an
>> active interest in programming and bioinformatics. I am quite comfortable
>> with learning new languages as need and I have also worked with perl as well
>> as XML in the past.
>> I will really appreciate if you could put me in touch with the right
>> person for this project. If as part of summer of code, my medical background
>> and my skills and interest in computers can be used in a better way besides
>> this project, please do suggest such opportunities.
>> My primary objective in applying for summer of code is to experience
>> development of tools for bioinformatics before I go on to do some more
>> research in Cancer Genomics (a program I have been accepted into at the
>> University of Cambridge starting in Fall 2010).
>> I will look forward to your advice.
>> Best Regards,
>> Muhammed Murtaza
>> nucleic at gmail.com <mailto:nucleic at gmail.com>
>> "Any good poet, in our age at least, must begin with the scientific view
>> of the world; and any scientist worth listening to must be something of a
>> poet, must possess the ability to communicate to the rest of us his sense of
>> love and wonder at what his work discovers."
>> -Edward Abbey, The Journey Home
nucleic at gmail.com
"Any good poet, in our age at least, must begin with the scientific
view of the world; and any scientist worth listening to must be
something of a poet, must possess the ability to communicate to the
rest of us his sense of love and wonder at what his work discovers."
-Edward Abbey, The Journey Home
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