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From Aaron Markham <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] AWS Credits for External Contributors
Date Thu, 09 May 2019 22:50:13 GMT
One option is Amazon Educate.
Last I checked, you can get $75/month AWS credit as a student or
educator. If you belong to an educational organization, your org can
apply on your behalf and get anyone with that org's domain easier
access to the credits. Or something like that.

Another route is you might be able to load your test/work into a
notebook and run it on Google Colab. Vandana has this neat DCGAN with
MXNet notebook running there.

Will either of those work for you?


On Thu, May 9, 2019 at 11:30 AM Chaitanya Bapat <> wrote:
> Hello MXNet community,
> I was curious to know if there is any possibility of AWS Credits
> provisioned for external contributors of Apache MXNet. It would be a great
> incentive for more external contributions and in turn more external
> contributors.
> Background -
> Today, while trying to work on Anirudh's Memory profiling for MXNet PR, I
> realized I am short of AWS credits on my personal account. My personal
> computer (Mac 2017) doesn't have Nvidia GPU and hence I'm a bit stuck.
> I don't know if there are others who have faced a similar situation. If
> that's the case, maybe we can find a solution through free AWS Credits.
> Thanks,
> Chai
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> *Chaitanya Prakash Bapat*
> *+1 (973) 953-6299*
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