GitHub announces free developer tools for students
Social coding community GitHub has announced that students will now be able to gain free access to a slew of developer tools. The (...)
Social coding community GitHub has announced that will now be able to gain access to a slew of developer tools. The new initiative is in partnership with a handful of third-parties, and constitutes part of GitHub Education, a dedicated site launched earlier this year to help schools use GitHub in their curriculum. It also offers discounts for students. Now, with the GitHub Student Developer Pack, can access its hackable text editor Atom (which is normally anyway, but hey) cloud-application tool Bitnami, ‘crowdsourcing and data-enrichment’ platform Crowdflower, database API Orchestrate and a host of other tools. Some...
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