CodeProject is a free community for software developers, and one of the biggest in this field, with over 15,000,000 members worldwide.

It's completely free to join and there are no requirements to register the community. Once you join, you can begin to complete your personal profile. CodeProject has a section for users to upload their own blog posts. It's easy to make new friends and meet like-minded developers in this community. You can search through users' profiles to see with whom you may be interested in connecting.

Additionally, you can interact with others in online forums. CodeProject has several different categories of online forums (over 46!). For example, there are forums not only for languages like Javascript and C++, but also general forums such as web development, mobile, and artificial intelligence. You will also find forums like "running a business" and "sales/marketing".

Members use CodeProject's online forums to ask questions, request advice, and share fresh insights with others. This community is great as a peer support network. Indeed, it can be your go-to choice when you encounter a roadblock or a tough challenge. Members of CodeProject can give you the much-needed advice to propel you forward. On the other hand, you can interact with other members more casually in "The Lounge". This is a place inside the forum where members talk about the developer's lifestyle, but it's not oriented to advice or questions.

On the other hand, CodeProject helps you to keep up with the fast-paced industry that is software development. The big selection of articles, the industry news section, and the daily newsletter are all awesome ways to always be in the know in the software development field. Moreover, the community also organizes competitions. Activities like these not only allow you to sharpen your skills but also to get exposure.

Lastly, don't forget to check out the "conferences" section, where you will find a list of upcoming events from well-known brands and giants of the industry.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 1999
  • Founders:

    David Cunningham and Chris Maunder

  • Amount of members: 15,224,700
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Develop a peer support network:
CodeProject has millions of members from all over the world, and it's easy to make new friends in the community. To find like-minded people, you can browse through different users' profiles and interact with others in the lounge or in the forums.

Get help when you get stuck:
The community's diverse, numerous online forums allow members to ask questions, request advice, receive feedback, and share their knowledge with others. When you encounter a roadblock or challenge, you can go to the forums and get all the help you need.

Keep up to date with the industry:
CodeProject has a daily newsletter (Daily Insider) that will help you with keeping up-to-date with a fast-paced industry such as software development. Additionally, you can read the community's articles (with industry news) and other members' blogs to maintain yourself updated.



No requirements.


Learning Events

CodeProject organizes regular competitions. Each competition focuses on different technologies and topics and gives participants the opportunity to win a wide selection of prizes. Competitions allow you not only to sharpen your skills and learn new things but also to get exposure. On the other hand, you can explore the conference list, which has a selection of upcoming conferences relevant to developers that you may be interested in attending.

Networking Events

The community discussion boards are the place to go if you want to connect and interact with other developers. Members of CodeProject use these forums to ask questions, request advice, give feedback to others, and share their knowledge. There are many forums inside each of the following categories:

  • General Programming
  • Web Development
  • Mobile Development
  • Product Lifecycle
  • Database & SysAdmin
  • General Discussions

On the other hand, "The Lounge" is where members of CodeProject go to discuss anything related to the software developer lifestyle. This area isn't for asking questions or learning, but for connecting with others on a deeper level. The Lounge is the place to go to meet like-minded people, make new friends, and develop your own peer support network.

By creating your free account at CodeProject, you will also get a personal profile. You can fill the profile with your interests, contact information, and you can even post articles. Users' profiles are great because they allow you to browse through others' profiles and connect with people you are interested in. 

Content Library

CodeProject offers lots of content for developers. On the one hand, inside the community, you will find thousands of high-quality, relevant programming articles and tutorials. These articles tackle real-world issues and propose practical solutions and recommend actionable tips. Additionally, there is a specific section of articles for beginners, for those who are just starting out as developers.

The community also has a daily or weekly newsletter (your choice!), a dedicated section for industry news, surveys with relevant data, and a resource library. This library includes things specific to the community, such as icons, graphics, wallpapers, an RSS feed, and a JavaScript feed.


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