No Code FoundersThe community for founders who don't code (or choose not to) Gain access to everything you need to start a profitable internet company and a community of people to help you get there.
NEXT CareersNEXT is a community for entrepreneurial mid-career and exec-level individuals who are intentionally planning their next career chapters.
RoadmapWe are a community of tech career-advancers and job-seekers. We share share resources, opportunities, events, training for free to help women and underrepresented people land access to more valuable jobs in tech.
Virtual CoffeeVirtual Coffee is a laid-back conversation with developers twice a week. It's the conversation that keeps going in slack. It's the online events that support developers at all stages of the journey. It's the place you go to make friends. Anyone can join! Whether you're thinking about getting into tech or have been in it for decades.
Flyover TechFlyover Tech is a growing community of founders, investors, and ecosystem builders who are passionate about building tech startups in our flyover states. The mission of Flyover Tech is to consolidate the thousands of tight flyover ecosystems into one family. We are operators who have built businesses that grow through communities, so why don’t we start the flyover flywheel for everyone?
Blacks In TechnologyFounded in 2008 and established in 2012, Blacks In Technology LLC is the largest community and media organization that focuses on Black people in the technology industry. Through community-focused activities, events and media, Blacks In Technology (BIT) is “Stomping the Divide” by establishing a blueprint of world-class technical excellence and innovation by providing resources, guidance and issuing a challenge to our members to surpass the high mark and establish new standards of global innovation.ChatEventsNewsletterJobs
She CodesWe have lofty goals - our vision is to inspire 100,000 women to enter tech by 2025. We do this by organising events and programs to upskill women across Australia to enter tech careers, and partner with government and industry to provide opportunities for learning and development. Our events and meetups are free.
CTO CraftA global learning community for anyone in a CTO, VP of Engineering, Head of Development, Engineering Director or any senior-level engineering leadership role. The community comprises a Slack group of 4,500 or so, a twice-weekly newsletter with resources, weekly online panel events, two conferences every year, video resources and much more.
hayWelcome to hay! A place for engineering leaders to share their thoughts and best practices about running 1:1 meetings.
PyladiesWe are a group of women developers worldwide who love the Python programming language. We write code by day or night. Some of us hack on Python projects on the side, while others work full-time on Python development. But it doesn't matter. We all just like writing Python code, and that's what brings us together.
Kansas City Women in TechnologyWelcome to the tech connection for women in Kansas City.ForumPairingJobs
ArchitechieWe're an intrepid band of architects now working in the tech industry and helping others do the same. We host events, workshops, and throw a killer happy hour.
Hack ClubHack Club is a nonprofit network of high school coding clubs and makers around the world. In the Hack Club Slack, you'll find a group of 16,000+ fabulous people to talk to, active at all hours.
Muslims and TechA diverse community of tech folks coming together support each other, have interesting discussions and share interesting material, jobs and advice.
Women Who Code YVRCome join Women Who Code YVR on Slack.Chat
NYCTechNYCTech is a Slack account for the New York-based tech community.
LGBTQ in TechThe LGBTQ in Technology Slack is a space for LGBTQ people in technology to chat and support each other. We strive to keep it safe, positive, and confidential. Friends and allies: we appreciate your support, but this space is for us.Chat
Product TherapyThere are tons of communities around product, but often people are too afraid to be vulnerable and share real data, because their reputation is on the line. Self-promotion eventually takes over. Our 100% annonymous community enables people to get real about their problems: from hands-on product questions to even political problems at their workplace.