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As a student, developing your software engineering skills is about continuous learning and practice. When building software in the real-world, developers are expected to be proficient with a variety of tools and stacks. Internships, class and personal projects provide great opportunities for students to gain the experience needed to become more effective.

Unfortunately, the reality is that many developer tools are cost-prohibitive particularly when on a student budget. That’s why we’re excited to partner with the GitHub Student Developer Pack. The program offers a variety of deals on world-class developers tools free of charge so that students can start learning by doing and gain professional experience.  Students can sign up for LogDNA through the pack and claim up to 50GB/month of log storage with 14 day retention, for one year, for free. Whether it’s a class or a personal project, students can start using logDNA and gain more experience with log management and monitoring tools which are a vital piece of any software system.  

Sign up now for the GitHub Student Developer Pack and start using your LogDNA student account!  

About Peter Cho

Peter Cho is LogDNA's vice president of product.


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