What are Software Development communities?
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 It’s easy to get lost in the shuffle when you’re new to the industry — your skills are too outdated to help you land a job, but they’re not modern enough to help you keep one.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 on Reddit
Reddit communities (or "subreddits") are forum-based groups on the popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website Reddit. It is commonly known as "the front page of the internet". Registered members submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down and discussed by other members.
r/learnprogrammingA subreddit for all questions related to programming in any language.
r/hackingA subreddit dedicated to hacking and hackers. Constructive collaboration and learning about exploits, industry standards, grey and white hat hacking, new hardware and software hacking technology, sharing ideas and suggestions for small business and personal security.
r/compsciComputer Science Theory and Application. We share and discuss any content that computer scientists find interesting. People from all walks of life welcome, including hackers, hobbyists, professionals, and academics.
r/webdevA community dedicated to all things web development: both front-end and back-end. This community has a dedicated discord server.
r/linuxAll things Linux and GNU/Linux -- this is neither a community exclusively about the kernel Linux, nor is exclusively about the GNU operating system. This subreddit has an associated chat on freenode.net
r/ProgrammingLanguagesThis subreddit is dedicated to discussion of programming languages, programming language theory, design, their syntax and compilers. Post your ideas and get constructive criticism.
r/homelabWelcome to your friendly /r/homelab, where techies and sysadmin from everywhere are welcome to share their labs, projects, builds, etc. This reddit community has an associated discord server.
r/codingInterested in programming? Like to read about programming without seeing a constant flow of technology and political news into your proggit? That's what /r/coding is for. A pure discussion of programming with a strict policy of programming-related discussions.
r/reactjsA community for learning and developing web applications using React by Facebook.
r/dailyprogrammerDailyprogrammer is about challenging programmers of all skill level with weekly programming challenges. 3 challenges a week are posted at increasing difficulty. Solutions are peer reviewed and redditors can ask for the community for feedback and comments.
r/awsNews, articles and tools covering Amazon Web Services (AWS), including S3, EC2, SQS, RDS, DynamoDB, IAM, CloudFormation, Route 53, CloudFront, Lambda, VPC, Cloudwatch, Glacier and more.
r/rustA place for all things related to the Rust programming language—an open-source systems language that emphasizes performance, reliability, and productivity.
r/selfhostedA place to share alternatives to popular online services that can be self-hosted without giving up privacy or locking you into a service you don't control.
r/emacsThe extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.
r/salesforceSalesforce.com - where you build things on the force.com platform. Curious how to get started on Salesforce? Check this first: https://trailhead.salesforce.com
r/lispA subreddit for the Lisp family of programming languages.