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Shahed Nasser for Medusa

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What are your Favorite Developer Communities?

Part of what makes developers love open source solutions are the communities that revolve around that solution. Some are based on Discord, Slack, forums, or other means of communication.

What is your favorite community to be a part of? And what makes it your favorite?

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

I'm gonna have to say DEV & CodeNewbie... not biased at all. ๐Ÿ˜‚

Also, I must mention the many other Forem communities that I helped fellow community managers to launch: The Ops Community, The Interledger Community, The Julia Community, and more. These communities are around a specific technology or subject matter, but definitely dev-related.

BUT, aside from communities I personally worked on, I also discovered a relatively small, but friendly Discord community called The Mycellium Network which is focused on early-stage web devs and run by @schalkneethling.

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Shahed Nasser Author

DEV and its related communities definitely deserve a shoutout ๐Ÿ˜‚

I also like The Mycelium Network community you mentioned! Definitely would be helpful to new developers

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Logan David

I second that, count me in :D

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Brian Rinaldi

I am biased, of course, but I run a community that is all about learning and features speakers, workshops and conferences at cfe.dev.

Our chat during meetups is pretty active. We also have a Discord, though it's kinda quiet still tbh.

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Shahed Nasser Author

That's pretty cool!

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Jesse Phillips

forum.dlang.org/

I've been there since 2006 and the people there are so knowledgeable. I've been able to see what goes into deciding how a language should be built.

Discussions revolve around a common language but other work is brought up for consideration.

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Shahed Nasser Author

Sounds really cool!

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Vishwas Tyagi

DEV because I am active on DEV only๐Ÿ˜‚

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Shahed Nasser Author

It's a great community ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Young Mamba

DEV

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Luthira Geesilu

DEV

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Johannes Dienst • Edited on

I really like Gitpods community. It is so well run: gitpod.io/community

Biased: Our own little community about everything (test) automation: discord.gg/Gu35zMGxbx

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Thibaut Andrieu

developpez.com/
It's relaxing to read technical stuff in your mother tongue sometimes ๐Ÿ˜

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Shahed Nasser Author

Ahh that must be really nice! Makes it easier to connect with other developers of the same language as well

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Aayush Gupta

For me it's XDA Developers as I work in Android development.

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Shahed Nasser Author

Makes sense! Looks very informative

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Nabil Alamin

Gotta be DEV, I'm a part of some others but not as active

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