Codecov for Education

Gaining open access to development tools to learn the foundations of CI / CD is sometimes difficult. Codecov wants to make this a little easier.

How Codecov Helps Educators and Students

Codecov is a free and accesible tool to help introduce testing and code coverage concepts to students just beginning to learn CI / CD basics.

Free Code Coverage for Students and Educators

Codecov is dedicated to teaching students the importance of software testing and code coverage. For this reason Codecov will always be free for students and educators.

Included with Github Student Developer Pack & Treehouse Student Perks

As part of the  GitHub Student Developer Pack and Treehouse Student Perks programs Codecov is accessible to students for free. These programs provide students free access to the best developer tools in one place so they can learn by doing.

Easily Work From One Org / Repo

With the GitHub Student Developer Pack it’s easy to cover the fundamentals of CI, software testing, and code coverage using one repository and GitHub org. Students will have access automatically.

Multi Language, Multi CI/CD

Codecov has the flexibility to handle whatever language, CI, and testing suite you are using to teach the fundamentals of continuous delivery.

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Top Universities Teach Code Coverage Using Codecov

Hundreds of universities and thousands of students learn how to properly test their code and report code coverage using Codecov.

HarvardCarleton UniversityCarnegie Mellon UniversityNYUBroad Institute

What people are saying...

Damián Rotta

@damianrotta

#100DaysOfCode R3D17: I got a full PHP code coverage using PHPUnit but my codecov reports don't work properly yet.

Northeastern U.

@Northeastern

Follow along as a @CCISatNU student shares his #NUexperience on co-op @codecov in Amsterdam. 👻: northeasternu https://t.co/2Nb4pW4Gx3

GitHub Education

@GitHubEducation

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Treehouse

@treehouse

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Maurício Aniche

@mauricioaniche

Thomas Hu is teaching our CSE1110 students everything that @codecov has learned over years after analyzing the code coverage of 140k+ open source projects!! https://t.co/N2ADA3PE5n

Tom Hu 🥑

@thomasrockhu

Huge shoutout to all the new partners on the @GitHubEducation Student Developer Pack! Especially proud of the @codecov team for getting code coverage tools in front of the next generation of software developers. https://t.co/KD517Ztbbh

Juraj Slavíček

@ziker22

#100DaysOfCode D2 #DevOps day today. Setting up linting, testing, git flow, graphQL codegen ... Thanks @Netlify and @codecov for deployment done in less than hour That package.json getting nicer 🤗 #reactjs #webdev https://t.co/zeB6yE5WgQ

Justin

@PureFunctor

I'm writing my own Lisp in #Python! #100daysofcode Days 1~3: I've set up parsers for basic constructs, the functionality of which I'm verifying through `hypothesis`. I've also set up Travis CI and Codecov. https://t.co/fx8jsvdYob

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