The Rise of Developers Discords

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The rise of developer discord is real as most of the communities are moving to Discord for building communities.

Discord is a real-time chat platform that was founded five years ago as a way to make it easier for gamers to communicate with each other in real-time. But over the past year, it has outgrown its origin story and become the default place where Developers, YouTubers, and anyone with an audience can connect with their community.

Why I chose Discord to build an open community??

It's very easy to toggle between different servers in Discord. You don't need to have different accounts for every new server you hop over. Discord is also highly customizable.

  • Unlimited Text / Voice Channels
  • Global Private messaging
  • Roles with colors & custom permissions
  • Group Chats / Calls
  • Unlimited Messages
  • Custom Emojis

and everything else you would want from a chat application.

Devsters is an open and welcoming community of developers of all skill sets and experience levels. Our goal is to connect with like-minded developers, learn from others, and ask questions or share your work and receive feedback!


πŸ‘‰ Join Devsters πŸ’›

If you're looking for some other communities to join, then I got some of my favorite communities to join below πŸ‘‡.

1. The Poppers Family

The Poppers Family is a discord server created by Florin Pop. It's an awesome friendly community for developers.

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πŸ‘‰ Join The Poppers Family

2. :party-corgi: chat

Party Corgi Network is another friendly discord community created by Chris Biscardi. You can find a lot of information floating around various topics blogs, recording videos, live streaming code/design/etc projects, growing plants, cooking, and more.

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πŸ‘‰ Join :party-corgi: chat

3. The Coding Den

The Coding Den is an active community of more than 28K+ developers. It got a lot of topic-specific categories like web dev, scripting, graphic, systems, etc. If you are looking for quick support from devs around the world, just drop a message in a relevant channel and get instant help.

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πŸ‘‰ Join The Coding Den

4. The Programmer's Hangout

The programmer's hangout is also one of the biggest developer community on Discord. It has more than 30K programmers and counting. They have channels covering almost every aspect of programming world.

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πŸ‘‰ Join The Programmer's Hangout

5. freeCodeCamp

freeCodeCamp recently announced there own discord server. The goal of this server is to talk more casually in respect of freeCodeCamp forum. There are more than 7000+ members in this server.


πŸ‘‰ Join freeCodeCamp


Darsh Shukla's photo

Here is another discord server link of an active community around various programming languages, operating systems, as well as hardware, security, and low-level programming.

Jatin Rao's photo

Thanks Darsh Shukla for pointing it out 🧑

I'll add it to the list soon :-)

Rohil's photo

Very useful man πŸ‘thanks