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Django GirlsDjango 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.
Code ProjectCode 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.
CodecademyWhen we started Codecademy, our goal was to give anyone in the world the ability to learn the skills they’d need to succeed in the 21st century. We set out to create a new, interactive way of learning — making it engaging, flexible, and accessible for as many people as possible. Since then, we have helped millions of people worldwide unlock modern technical skills and reach their full potential through code.
CodeNewbieCodeNewbie started as a weekly Twitter chat to connect people learning to code by Saron Yitbarek. Since then, it's grown into a supportive, international community of people learning to code. Whether you're in need of early-career mentorship or you've just graduated from bootcamp and you're ready to pass along some wisdom, the CodeNewbie community is your place to champion beginner programmers, get support, and talk about the field of programming. In January 2020, CodeNewbie was acquired by Forem, the open source software company behind DEV — and this very site! Together, both communities have become a large support system for programmers of all levels, offering podcasts, Twitter chats, the annual CodeLand conference, hackathons, a platform for developers to write about their knowledge and experience, and connection with one another. We are so happy to have you as part of the CodeNewbie + Forem family. 💚 Happy coding!
Stack OverflowFounded in 2008, Stack Overflow’s public platform is used by nearly everyone who codes to learn, share their knowledge, collaborate, and build their careers. Our products and tools help developers and technologists in life and at work. These products include Stack Overflow for Teams, Stack Overflow Advertising, and Stack Overflow for Talent and Jobs. Stack Overflow for Teams, our core SaaS collaboration product, is helping thousands of companies around the world as the transition to remote work, address business continuity challenges, and undergo digital transformation. Whether it’s on Stack Overflow or within Stack Overflow for Teams, community is at the center of all that we do.
devRantdevRant is a fun community for developers to share and bond over their successes and frustrations with code, tech, and life as a programmer. DevRant has an iOS and Android app for the community.
Blogging for DevsBecome 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).
skillShack(⚡);skillShack(⚡); is a community for software professionals looking to share the projects they are working on and get feedback. From side projects to startups! We allow submission of GitHub Repos, links to your website/platform, a video URL showcasing your product for you to fully showcase what you are working on!
DevDEV is a community of software developers getting together to help one another out. The software industry relies on collaboration and networked learning. We provide a place for that to happen. Our application is open source, meaning you can inspect every little detail of the code, or chip in yourself! We are working to make our platform available for anyone to stand up similar communities in any niche or passion. We believe in transparency and adding value to the ecosystem. We hope you poke around and like what you see!
FreenodeThe 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.ChatEventsJobs
freeCodeCampOur mission: to help people learn to code for free. We accomplish this by creating thousands of videos, articles, and interactive coding lessons - all freely available to the public. We also have thousands of freeCodeCamp study groups around the world, and an active online community.
XDAXDA Developers was founded by developers, for developers. It is now a valuable resource for people who want to make the most of their mobile devices, from customizing the look and feel to adding new functionality.ForumNewsletter
Native Talent in TechNative Talent in Tech is a collection of Indigenous technologists across various skills and experiences. The project’s goal is to highlight their work and elevate their voices by parsing Twitter bios for popular keywords. With more representation, we hope that it can also help companies discover the next generation of Natives talent.
TreehouseTreehouse is a platform with online courses for people of all skill levels and backgrounds. They also have an online forum-based community where you can ask questions about programming topics.Forum
BytesA community for Developers and IT Professionals. Covering topics such as: Software Development, Web Development, Database Development + Optimization, Database Administration, System Administration, Network Administration and much more
Oat++ FrameworkA Gitter community for Oat++ developers. Talk to Oat++ developers, ask questions, share your knowledge and use-cases.
DALnetStarted in 1994 as an alternative to the overburdened networks of the time, DALnet has grown into a vibrant community and is widely regarded as the most "friendly" of the major IRC networks. DALnet pioneered nickname and channel registration, giving users the right and ability to govern their online experience, without the fear of channel takeover, impersonation or harassment.Chat
LobstersLobsters is a computing-focused community centered around link aggregation and discussion
OzzuAt Ozzu you will find headlines and all types of information and resources that a professional webmaster, designer, programmer, developer, or web artist can use in their daily activities. Our mission is to create a community where a webmaster can find everything they need in one place.
DevHuntDevelopers, are you tired of seeing your creations fade while marketers steal the spotlight? Introducing DevHunt, the exclusive platform for talented developers like us. Stop letting your dev tools and open-source projects go unnoticed. Visit DevHunt now and join the software development revolution! Got a question or wanna say hi? I’m on Twitter: @johnrushx
All Software Development communities
This list of communities is 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.