Hackerabad is a community of hackers for students. It was founded by Ashwin Uppala, an engineering student, with the purpose of supporting and guiding other hackers. The community has a Discord server in which they share resources, questions, and conversations related to hacking.
The #career channel is the main place to find information about how to grow in your career as a hacker, and find possible connections with other careers. Also, members share links to apply to programs, courses, and even jobs. On the other hand, in the resources section you will find links to videos and posts with suggestions to improve your skills.
Lastly, members also share useful free tools for hackers. Overall, this Discord server it's a must if you are pursuing a career as a hacker. You can chat in real time with like-minded people, bounce off ideas, and learn new things.
Find like-minded peers:
Many hackers tend to work individually. However, this is a big opportunity to find support and create collaborative work with a network of fellow students.
Get deeper knowledge:
As the community shares resources and tools, you will learn more about the hacking world. Additionally, to interact with other hackers is a great way to bounce off ideas and learn from others' experiences.
Boost your career:
Through the "career" section inside the Discord server, you can learn useful tips for boosting your career. Videos and how-to posts are some of the most shared resources.
Members interact through a Discord server. There are five channels destined to interact freely with others. On the one hand, in #welcome you can meet new members and get a warm welcome from the rest of the community. On the other hand, in #intro-yourself you can give a brief description about you to let others start to know you. There are additional channels, such as #general-chat, #off-topic, and #socials. These spaces serve as a way to make new friends and casually interact with other hackers.
In the #career and #resources channels you can find some material that members have shared. This includes mainly links to either videos or posts discussing important topics for hackers.