DevEx is a free community for developers with a Slack group where hundreds of developers worldwide gather to discuss diverse topics.
The group has 8 thematic channels. The first channel is to ask questions about DevEx, while the next channel serves as a space to discuss implementation methods and practices to create a developer portal.
Channel 3 has the purpose of sharing engineering theories and practices. The next channel has a similar objective but this one points toward PMs. Channel 5 is for general discussion about development tips.
The last three channels include a general chat to hang out, an intros space for new members and a tools channel. The latter is to share external links or recommended resources. Overall, this community is great if you are looking to connect with like-minded developers worldwide, bounce off ideas, and share insights and resources.
Expand your network:
DevEx allows members to interact with other developers. The community has a general chat and an intros space to get to know other members. It opens a safe, lively space to make new connections.
Participate in active discussions:
Most of this Slack group's channels create an environment to propose interesting, on-topic discussions. It has dedicated spaces for engineers, PMs, and developers.
Find relevant tools:
The last channel is used for sharing useful, relevant tools. Members commonly share external links to websites, resources, and other types of content they recommend.
Members of DevEx communicate by using the Slack group. It has 8 channels focused on different on-topic and off-topic issues.
As a member, you can participate in theory and practice discussions, learn about dev portals, and meet new developers. To achieve this last purpose, the community has two channels: the "General" channel which provides an off-topic space to discuss everything, and the "Intros" channel which works as a tool to meet new members.
DevEx has a "Tools" channel that is used by members to share recommended resources. These include links to external websites, GitHub repositories, and other types of content such as videos and guides.