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If you are a beginner then firstly you need to be good in at least one programming language. Once you learned it select a specific domain like android development, web development, or whatever you love to pick a specific one and make projects in it. Explore the field and get familiar with version control (Git and Github). Learn how to contribute to open-source projects and explore some projects on Github. Start contributing and get more experience in your domain. Learn to love Linux and get comfortable with it, explore its command, and understand the file structure. You can also choose Ubuntu is beginner-friendly, so you also choose it.




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If you start contributing to the project in the month of Nov-Dec then till Feb-March you will see your good contribution chart on Github and you will find yourself as a confident developer. So keep contributing by the time the organization list gets announced by Google (Feb-March month). Once the organization list is out, filter out the projects they offer and finalize the one you wish to work on during your summer break. Now you need to work with full dedication during your summer break and contribute to the project you have selected. Your chances to get shortlisted will increase if you have been already contributing to the organization for some time.


You need to send your project proposal as soon as possible and request feedback from the mentors. Your project proposal is complete documentation or a detailed description of your project. Break down your proposal in different sections like why you want to work with the project, and what would be your contribution during your summer break of 16 weeks. Your complete plan and how would you build the project step by step within that coding period. Think about your proposal carefully and write it giving all the descriptions. Your proposal will play a major role in ensuring your selection. Read the Elements of Quality Proposal and below are some tips when you make your proposal:


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With what you have learned in this Quick Start you are now prepared to package and distribute your UE5 projects to general Android devices. You should expand on UE5's provided templates by creating new gameplay and levels in order to create fully functional mobile game. Depending on your project's needs and the devices that you are specificially targeting, further configuration will be required in order to optimize your builds. The following links will provide you with more information for taking the next steps in building your projects:


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