GitHub is one of those tools that most developers use on daily basis. It’s used for code hosting, issue solving and to generally keep the open-source community in good condition. While some developers have finished their studies, lots of folks still attend high school or university. GitHub has become a Good Guy Greg and teamed up with 14 partners to offer their services free of charge with their Student Developer Pack

  • Atom: A free text editor from GitHub
  • Bitnami: Business 3 plan ($49/month for non-students) for one year
  • Crowdflower: Access to the Crowdflower platform (normally $2,500/month) and $50 in worker credit
  • DigitalOcean: $100 in platform credit
  • DNSimple: Bronze hosted DNS plan ($3/month for non-students) for two years
  • GitHub: Micro account (usually $7/month) with five private repositories while you’re a student
  • HackHands: $25 in credit for live programming help
  • Namecheap: Free domain name registration on the .me TLD and one free SSL certificate for one year
  • Orchestrate: Free developer accounts for students (normally $49/month)
  • Screenhero: Free individual account while you’re a student (saves students $10/month)
  • SendGrid: Free student plan for one year (saves students $5/month)
  • Stripe: No fees on first $1000 in revenue processed
  • Travis CI: Free private builds (normally $69/month)
  • Unreal Engine: Free access to the service (usually $19/month)
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2 Comments

habbo · October 9, 2014 at 10:22 am

thank you for this!
for once one of these ‘incentives’ is worth it

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