GitHub Student Developer Pack adds 14 new offers

Real world developer tools will cost a fortune. So, it is not possible for most students to get hands-on experience with most developer tools. To solve this problem, GitHub introduced Student Developer Pack six years ago. GitHub Student Developer Pack give students free access to the best developer tools in one place. The GitHub Student Developer Pack includes GitHub Pro and several exclusive offers from GitHub Education partners.

Today, GitHub announced that 14 new partners have joined GitHub Student Developer Pack. Find the full list of new GitHub Student Developer Pack partners below:

  • Blockchair: The largest blockchain explorer and API provider for over 15 cryptocurrencies
  • Customerly: Live chat, behavioural funnels, newsletters, and in-app surveys for SaaS
  • DailyBot: Automate daily stand-ups, follow-ups, retrospectives, surveys, and feedback for your team
  • Dashlane: Cloud-based password manager
  • Freshpaint: Integrate your marketing and analytics tools with a single click
  • Jaamly: Helping developers, designers, and startups launch their apps on the App Store
  • Kodika: Build iOS applications with drag and drop
  • MongoDB: A general purpose, document-based, distributed database built for modern application developers (and for the cloud)
  • Polypane: A powerful browser and developer tool to help developers and designers make better websites and web apps in less time
  • Raygun: Detect, diagnose, and resolve issues with greater speed and accuracy
  • Sider: Maximize your engineering team’s productivity by automatically analyzing every pull request
  • Unity: Accomplish your creative goals using the world’s leading real-time development platform
  • Xojo: A cross-platform development tool for making native apps for the desktop
  • Yakindu: An integrated modelling environment for the specification and development of reactive, event-driven systems based on the concept of state machines

If you are a student with 13+ age, you can sign-up for GitHub Student Developer Pack using your school-issued email, student ID, or other proof of current academic enrollment.

Source: GitHub