Java Developers Community is a private group on LinkedIn where 469,400+ Java developers worldwide gather to discuss Java development.
The community focuses not only on Java, but also on Spring Framework, Microservices, Spark, JSON, Hibernate, Apache Struts, Grails, JavaServer Faces (JSF), and Kotlin. It has the purpose of sharing high-quality tutorials and resources for members to boost their skills. It is also possible to share ideas and opportunities. Thus, all members are welcome to discuss ideas, tools, and Java frameworks.
In order to be accepted into the group, you need to be aware of the rules. Keep in mind that all posts need to be checked by the moderators, which can take up to 24h. This ensures a safe space where only relevant discussion occurs.
There are some topics that are not approved. For instance, ads, promotions, off-topic content, fake profiles, and posts in other languages, among others. The ideal posts must be related to technical articles, personal projects, resources, and well-formulated questions (providing enough context).
Access high-quality resources:
This is one of the rules all members must meet. You can find high-quality articles and recommended tools. All of them have been previously approved by the moderators.
Participate in lively discussions:
The community opens the door to on-topic discussions. They emerge from brainstorming and comments on the posts. All ideas and questions are welcome as long as they keep a well-structured format and context.
Members of the Java Developers Community interact through the group on LinkedIn. Interaction occurs mainly through the comments on the posts. However, all posts must be approved by the moderator. Thus, communication is somehow controlled to keep the conversation on-topic. Members generally talk about ideas, opportunities, and resources. Ads and promotions are forbidden.
Members of the Java Developers Community use the group to share high-quality articles and resources. These are evaluated by the moderators before being approved. Generally, members share videos, articles, tools, and links to websites with verified information.