GitHub just announced the new GitHub Student Developer Pack for the 6th year, with 21 New Partners and $45,000 worth of savings during your time as a student. Currently, there are a total of 37 partners!
Benefits of the 21 New Partners
Here are the NEW 21 PARTNERS benefits:
- Frontend Masters: Free 6-months access to all courses and workshops.
- Icons8: 3-month All Access subscription with icons, photos, illustrations, and music.
- SymfonyCasts: Free 3-month subscription for students ($75 value).
- Name.com: One free domain name and free Advanced Security (SSL, privacy protection, and more).
- .TECH: One .TECH domain free for 1 year.
- Microsoft Azure: $100 credit with your free Azure for Students account—no credit card required.
- Netwise: Free single unit server colocation package free for 12 months ($730 value).
- Better Code Hub: A free upgrade to an Individual license to analyse your personal private repos.
- ConfigCat: 1000 feature flags, ∞ users for free.
- Cryptolens: 10 licenses and any number of end-users for free for students.
- Gitpod: Free personal plan subscription for six months for students.
- LogDNA: $100 of credit every month for 1 year.
- Next Tech: Free access to all interactive courses and cloud computing environments for 12 months.
- Phrase: Phrase Lite Plan free for up to 12 months for students.
- PushBots: Free Premium account for 6 months.
- SQL Smash: Free standard license for students.
- Termius: Free access to the Premium plan while you’re a student.
- TransloadIt: The Startup plan for free, including 10GB of encoding credit.
- Working Copy: All Pro features for free while you are a student.
- Bootstrap Studio: A free license for Bootstrap Studio while you are a student.
- PomoDone: PomoDone Lite plan free for 2-years.
Benefits of the 16 Long-term Partners:
Don’t forget the 16 Long-term Partners of GitHub Student Developer Pack, and their awesome benefits:
- AWS Educate: Receive up to $110 in bonus AWS credits for a total of $75-$150.
- Namecheap: One year domain name registration on the .me TLD (normally $18.99/year), and One year SSL certificate (normally $9/year).
- JetBrains: A free subscription for students, to be renewed annually.
- Heroku: One free Hobby Dyno for up to two years (valued at $84/year).
- DigitalOcean: $50 in platform credit for new users.
- Flatiron School: Free one-month membership ($149 value)
- Algolia: 100k records and 1 million operations (normally $150/month), valid for 1 year.
- GitKraken: Free Pro account for 1 year (normally $49/year)
- Travis CI: Private builds (normally $69/month) while you’re a student.
- Stripe: Waived transaction fees on first $1000 in revenue processed.
- Sendgrid: Student plan 15K free emails/month (normally limited to 200 free emails/day) while you’re a student
- Carto: Free account upgrades with increased database storage, real time data, Location Data Services Credits, and premium features for 2 years.
- Datadog: Pro Account, including 10 servers. Free for 2 years.
- Sentry: 500,000 events/month with unlimited projects and members while you’re a student.
- Transifex: 6 months free of the Starter plan ($179/month) value. Get 50,000 hosted words, unlimited projects, and access to translation partners to bring your software to a global market from the start.
How to apply for GitHub Student Developer Pack?
- Must be a student, enrolled in a degree or diploma-granting course of study. You will use a school-issued email address, valid student identification card, or other official proof of enrollment.
- Your age is +13 years.
If so, please continue:
- Go to GitHub Student Pack
- Click on the “Get the Pack” button and complete the verification process.
Use it wisely…
Some students get so excited about those great benefits, and activate all benefits at once, which might lead to losing them all, especially the limited – one time – benefits.
What I recommend is activating the benefits that you need NOW, for example; You are into Front End Development, go and Activate the 6-month subscription with Frontend Masters.
I don’t know what to do with these tools!
That’s fine, most of us don’t know what to do until we start checking others’ projects ideas. GitHub made it easier by providing us with the Student Gallery, a place where students from across the world have made projects and resources with tools from the Pack. Also, there are great stories like How the GitHub Student Developer Pack helped this student get a tech job.
Hey… If you have a product and want it to be included in the GitHub Student Developer Pack, Apply Here!