I requested a free trial version as I have a coding assignment from a potential employer (which means this is a corporate user of AEM) and received the following reply:
Thank you for your email.
Access to an AEM trial license is provided to companies and individuals that are registered in the Adobe Solution Partner Program. I do not show that your company is registered in our program. If you believe this information to be incorrect, please provide your full company name.
Why does "mohammadz37123226" get a 6.3 trial version and I do not? I am a U.S. citizen attempting to get a job in the U.S. as a software developer for a U.S. employer who has requested a sample of my code. I no longer work for an employer with AEM, but I have in the recent past. As any good developer, I want to test my software on the platform for which it was intended.
Also, I would like the name (from AEM Employees replying on this forum) of the top official at AEM with whom I may communicate. I want concrete evidence that this "bypass" is available to ALL developers regardless of race or religion. I want concrete evidence that AEM is abiding by ALL applicable U.S. Laws to make opportunities available to all U.S. citizens.