DevRant is a free community where thousands of developers worldwide gather to share stories, rants, and memes about the developer lifestyle.

This is a bit of an unusual community. Instead of focusing on asking questions and getting support, it focuses mostly on entertainment. Indeed, members use devRant to post stories, rants, and memes about the developer lifestyle.

The community works similarly to a forum. Members post threads and others can respond both with text or multimedia assets. devRant has a browser version but also a mobile app for both iOS and Android, making it easier to consult the feed on the go.

When you create your profile on devRant, you will be able to make an avatar that represents you. The community allows you to interact with thousands of developers from all over the world and make new friends. Members use the community to vent, share their struggles and wins, and just find people with whom to relate to.

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  • Membership: Free Community
  • Year Founded: 2016
  • Founders:

    David Fox and Tim Rogus

  • Amount of members: 50,000
  • Online Group: Yes
  • Job board: No
  • Language: English
  • Method: Virtual


Find relatable stories:
The devRant community is a fun place to be. The community's feed is full of developers sharing stories, rants, and memes about the developer lifestyle. It's a good place to destress and relax whenever you need to take a step back from coding.

Meet like-minded developers:
By joining devRant (which is completely free!) you will be able to connect and interact with developers from all over the world. Members use the community to share their wins and challenges with like-minded people with similar interests.

Participate in collabs:
The community has a specific section for members to post collabs requests. Inside, you can post your project and look for partners, or help others in their projects.



No requirements.


Networking Events

Members of devRant interact on the community's own platform. It works similarly to a forum, where members post threads and others can comment. In this community, members share fun stories, memes, and rants about their life as developers. You can participate in others' posts or create your own to meet like-minded developers worldwide and have a fun time.


"I was pretty alone with my dev stuff and especially with my Linux/security/privacy passion but through this platform, I can say I've found friends with the exact same interests and although they live all over the world, it's awesome to finally feel at home somewhere!" -devRant user

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