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Software, sites, and services restricted for Cuba

Awesome list about tech sites/services restricted for Cuba. This list has not been created by Github Inc. It is rather maintained by contributors to this project.

  • Adobe: Creative, marketing and document management solutions.
  • Algolia The flexible AI-powered Search & Discovery platform.
  • AMD: American multinational semiconductor company.
  • AMP: Web Component Framework That Help You Create User-First Websites Easily.
  • Android Developers: The official site for Android app developers. Provides the Android SDK tools and API documentation.
  • App Academy: Code academy.
  • Atlassian: Software Development and Collaboration Tools.
  • AWS Console: Web application for managing Amazon Web Services Cloud.
  • Bitbucket: Web-based version control repository hosting service owned by Atlassian.
  • Bitly: URL shortening service and link management platform.
  • Bluehost: VPS Hosting, Wordpress hosting, Dedicated Hosting.
  • Bugsnag: Bugsnag monitors application stability so you can make data-driven decisions on whether you should be building new features, or fixing bugs.
  • CircleCI: Cloud-based continuous integration and delivery system (screenshot)
  • Compiler Explorer: Interactive online compiler which shows the assembly output of compiled C++, Rust, Go (and many more) code.
  • COURSERA: Coursera is a virtual education platform born in October 2011 and developed by academics at Stanford University with the aim of providing mass education offerings to the population.
  • DataCamp: Interactive learning platform for data science.
  • Dell: American multinational computer technology company.
  • Deno: A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.
  • devCodeCamp: Online coding bootcamp.
  • DockerHub: World's easiest way to create, manage, and deliver your teams' container applications.
  • Elm: Programming language for reliable web applications.
  • Expo: Expo is an open-source platform for making universal native apps for Android, iOS, and the web with JavaScript and React.
  • FileHippo: Free downloads for recent versions of popular freeware/shareware MS Windows software.
  • Firebase: Mobile and web application development platform.
  • First Code Academy: Code academy.
  • Fiverr: Freelance Services Marketplace for Businesses.
  • Flutter: Open-source UI software development kit created by Google.
  • FreedomPhone: Free speech and privacy-first focused phone. With features like tracking blockers and an uncensorable app store.
  • Freenom: Freenom is a domain registrar that provides unlimited free domains (ending in .tk, .ml, .ga, .cf, or .gq) that last for one year.
  • Gitkraken: Legendary Git GUI client for Windows, Mac & Linux.
  • Gitlab: Web-based version control repository hosting service owned by GitLab Inc (screenshot)
  • Gitpod: Fully functional development environment, including a VS Code-based IDE and a cloud-based Linux container.
  • Golang: Statically typed, compiled programming language designed at Google
  • Google Arts & Culture: Non-profit initiative working with cultural institutions and artists around the world, to preserve and bring the world’s art and culture online so it’s accessible to anyone, anywhere.
  • Google Books Ngram Viewer: Online search engine that charts the frequencies of any set of search strings found in written sources.
  • Google Chrome Developer: Official site for creating extensions, publishing to the Chrome Web Store, optimizing websites, and more.
  • Google Cloud: Google Cloud Platform, is a suite that contains various services that work on the same infrastructure that Google uses.
  • Google Developers: Resources for building better apps.
  • Google One: Subscription service developed by Google that offers expanded cloud storage. The free tool Storage Manager is under this service, which is very useful to free up space and stay within the limit of 15 GB that Google gives for free.
  • Google Play Publish: Google's developer acces to manage play store apps.
  • Google Play: Official app store for the Android operating system (paid applications and several free applications are unavailable from Cuba)
  • Google's maven repository: Google's Maven repository is mostly used for distributing artifacts relating to Android.
  • Grafana: Open observability platform.
  • Graphene: GraphQL in Python.
  • Graphql: Main website of The GraphQL Foundation.
  • Graph Databases: A GraphQL book.
  • gVisor: gVisor is an application kernel for containers that provides efficient defense-in-depth anywhere.
  • HackerRank: Tech company that focuses on competitive programming challenges.
  • Heroku User Sign Up: Cloud platform as a service. Registration is forbidden for Cuba.
  • HOPL: Online Historical Encyclopaedia of Programming Languages.
  • IBM: International Business Machines Corporation, an American multinational technology corporation providing computer hardware, software and consulting services.
  • IBM Bluemix: Cloud Platform as a service (PaaS) developed by IBM.
  • Intel Open Source Technology Center: Open source work that Intel engineers are involved in.
  • Intel: Data Center Solutions, IoT, and PC Innovation. (Other localized sites such as https://www.intel.es or https://www.intel.la work, though)
  • IPinfo: Comprehensive IP address data, IP geolocation API and database.
  • Itch: Popular marketplace for independent digital creators with a focus on independent video games. It does not allow to upload files and sell or buy assets.
  • Java: World leading programming language and computing platform.
  • Jira: Issue tracking product developed by Atlassian
  • Kaggle: World's largest data science community
  • Lager: Debug, measure signals, fetch logs, write test automations, and More... on custom hardware anywhere in the world.
  • Mojaloop: Open source software for payment interoperability.
  • MongoDB: Cloud services and documentation for MongoDB, a document database.
  • Motorola Mobility: Consumer electronics and telecommunications subsidiary company owned by Chinese technology firm Lenovo
  • Mozilla Hacks: Blog for web developers run by the Mozilla Foundation.
  • MySQL: Open-source relational database management system (the site is accessible, but downloads are prohibited)
  • NVIDIA: Inventor of the GPU, which creates interactive graphics on laptops, workstations, mobile devices, notebooks, PCs, and more.
  • Oracle: American multinational computer technology corporation.
  • Patreon A popular crowdfunding platform: way for artists and creators to get sustainable income and connect with fans. Does not allow sell or buy.
  • PayPal Platform to send money, make an online payment, receive money or set up a merchant account.
  • Phoenix Framework: Web development framework written in the functional programming language Elixir.
  • Realm: Realm is a mobile platform and a replacement for SQLite & Core Data. Build offline-first, reactive mobile experiences using simple data sync.
  • Redirectingat: This is part of Skimlinks. It is used indirectly by clicking on a link monetized with Skimlinks, which we can find on any website.
  • RevertService: Default configurations of Windows services.
  • RStudio: RStudio is a set of integrated tools designed to help you be more productive with the programming language. Link to License in which the restriction is explicitely stated.
  • Schema.org: Schema.org specification.
  • Skimlinks: A content-to-commerce platform that helps publishers monetize their editorial content through automated affiliate marketing. The landing page works, but the sign up doesn't.
  • Softonic: App news and reviews, best software downloads and discovery.
  • Sophos: Fully Synchronized, Cloud-Native Data Security.
  • SourceForge: Open Source community resource dedicated to helping open source projects be as successful as possible (blocks file downloads from Cuba by default).
  • Stripe: Online payment processing for companies operating on the Internet.
  • StyleCI: The Web Coding Style Fixer.
  • Swift: General-purpose, multi-paradigm, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc.
  • Taler: Drag & drop design platform.
  • TeamSpeak: VoIP communication system.
  • TeamViewer: Cross-platform remote desktop platform.
  • Telerik: Component suite for jQuery/Angular/React/Vue/.Net/Java/PHP
  • TensorFlow: Free and open-source software library for dataflow and differentiable programming across a range of tasks.
  • ThemeForest: Professional WordPress Themes & Website Templates for any project.
  • TigerBeetle: The world’s fastest financial accounting database.
  • TinyPNG: Smart and free service to compress Webp, PNG, and JPEG images.
  • Toptal: A global remote company that provides a freelancing platform (the site loads from Cuba, but prevents applying as a freelancer of hiring one).
  • Trello: Trello helps teams work more collaboratively and get more done. It have web interface and iOS and Android clients.
  • Tuts+: Free How-To Tutorials & Online Courses by Envato Tuts+
  • Twilio: Cloud communications platform as a service company.
  • Unity: Cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies.
  • Unreal Engine One of the world's most open and advanced real-time 3D creation platform for photoreal visuals and immersive experiences.
  • Upwork: Global freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely.
  • UsabilityHub: Remote user research platform to make better design decisions.
  • VirtualBox: Free and open-source hosted hypervisor for x86 virtualization, developed by Oracle Corporation.
  • VMWare: Cloud computing and virtualization technology.
  • Vultr: VPS Hosting, Bared Metal Hosting, Object and Block Storage provider
  • WebIntoApp: Turn a website into a dedicated App for Android and iOS.
  • WeTransfer: File sharing service.
  • Wise: Wise, formerly TransferWise, is a London-based financial technology company. You can have an international account to send money to more than 60 countries around the world.
  • Zappter: Drag and drop app builder.
  • Zoom: Free video conference platform.

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