About the Software Development Topic

The software development industry is an ever-changing beast. Every year new programming languages emerge, new technologies hit the market, and existing languages and technologies are either left behind or completely re-imagined. It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle when you’re new to the industry — your skills are too outdated to help you land a job, but they’re not modern enough to help you keep one. Software developers are always looking to learn more about their craft, but they don’t always know where to look. This is a list of communities dedicated to engineers, software developers, coders, and hackers. Some are online communities dedicated to a particular technology or programming language, and some are general purpose communities or those that help developers early in their career. The communities on this list are an excellent source of inspiration, knowledge-sharing, and networking.

About Online Communities Tagged with "Online/Offline Events"

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These communities have periodic rituals where they meet up in person or via video calls. Each community has their own different rituals that make it special, and participating in these events is a great way to be an active member.

10 Software Development communities that host online/offline events

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Code Project
Code Project is a community for computer programmers with articles on different topics and programming languages such as web development, software development, C++, Java, and other topics.
1999
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Women who Code
Our mission is to inspire women to excel in technology careers. We envision a world where women are proportionally represented as technical leaders, executives, founders, VCs, board members, and software engineers. When you become a part of Women Who Code you gain access to programs and services that are designed to help you step up your tech career. We have over 230,000 members who are career-aged tech professionals operating at each level of the industry.
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DevOps Chat on slack
Your DevOps Community. Find DevOps Jobs, Events, Articles or make connections with 19,038 members in our Slack Community
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Django Girls on facebook
Django Girls is a non-profit organization and a community that empowers and helps women to organize free, one-day programming workshops by providing tools, resources and support. We are a volunteer run organization with hundreds of people contributing to bring more amazing women into the world of technology. We are making technology more approachable by creating resources designed with empathy.
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World of Coding on discord
World of Coding is one of the biggest coding help servers over discord (Top 10) with 5.2k members in just over a year. We are growing very fast (With new updates/improvements monthly). We are always looking for more ways to get our server out there and offer help to even more developers! We offer help with Tech/Coding + offer channels to search for Freelancers/Devs! (And channels to post your projects)!
2020
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5K
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DevOps, SRE, & Infrastructure (DSI) on discord
DevOps, SRE, & Infrastructure, DSI, is an online community that includes anyone with a shared technical interest. The people who make up this community share a wide range of technical-related knowledge and experience in networking, databases, IT, software, security, programming, DevOps, site reliability engineering, infrastructure, systems administration, and much more. We have people here who are freelancers, entrepreneurs, and those who are employed at small companies to large companies such as Google, Facebook, Hashicorp, and Uber. We like to think that the people who work in these roles "keep the lights on". With a community, we are able to share the knowledge with others who have a desire to learn about their specific technical interests or even wanting that next fix to the project they are working on. If you have a passion for technology, this is the place to be. At DSI, our goal is to be the place with a wide range of technical-related topics and to share them with the world. Rather than just learning something and keeping it to yourself, DSI is the place to not only share it but to learn it. We strive to make people successful and to live their dream. We do that by providing information.
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DataTalks.Club on slack
DataTalks.Club is the place to talk about data. It's a community of aspiring and professional data enthusiasts.
2020
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3K
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Chronic Coders on discord
We're a community focused on education through application. We bring together people with an interest in Machine Learning, Data Engineering, Frontend Development, UX Design and build projects together in teams focused on shipping our products in short periods of time.
2021
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620
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Blogging for Devs
Become part of the private community for developers, indie hackers, freelancers, and tech creators growing their audience through writing online. Private community of 300+ developers you can learn from and collaborate with. Get feedback on your articles, blog, newsletter, content, or distribution plan. Join live Workshops and AMAs with experts and creators in tech you already follow. Access to the Video Vault containing weekly screencasts and past events (all captioned).
2020
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300
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Freenode
The freenode project exists to help peer-directed project communities flourish. Peer-directed projects combine open, informal participation with broad licensing and wide dissemination of output. freenode provides facilities to peer-directed project communities, including those of free and open source software (FOSS). The IRC component of freenode is a self-referential medium, existing mainly to service IRC users — but the network was created to serve groups that exist outside of IRC. freenode is designed to encourage community members to improve their skills in the areas of cooperative effort, interpersonal communication and project coordination, and to create a real-time bridge to the outside world for our target communities.
1998
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