GitHub partners with 12 companies to give students free developer tools
J Thoendell stashed this in Tech
- Atom: A hackable text editor (open source).
- Bitnami: Install cloud applications in a single click (business plan for one year, normally $49/month).
- Crowdflower: Crowdsourcing and data enrichment platform (normally $2,500/month and $50 in worker credit).
- DigitalOcean: Simple cloud hosting for developers ($100 in platform credit).
- DNSimple: Simple DNS management with one-click services and API (bronze hosted DNS plan for two years, normally $3/month).
- GitHub: Collaboration, code review, and code management for open source and private projects (micro account with five private repositories, normally $7/month).
- HackHands: Live programming help available 24/7 ($25 in platform credit).
- Namecheap: Domain name registration and SSL certificates (one year free domain name registration on the .me TLD and one year free SSL certificate, normally $8.99/year and $9/year).
- Orchestrate: Unified database as a service including search, key/value, graph, and events (developer account, normally $49/month).
- Screenhero: Screen sharing for collaboration in teams (individual account, normally $9.99/month).
- SendGrid: Email infrastructure as a service (student plan for one year, normally $4.95/month).
- Stripe: Web and mobile payments, built for developers (waived transaction fees on first $1,000 in revenue processed).
- Travis CI: Continuous integration platform for the open source and private projects (private builds, normally $69/month).
- Unreal Engine: A complete suite of game development tools (Unreal Engine, normally $19/month).
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