Best Subreddit Communities for Developers & Programmers

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A collection of subreddit communities for developers and programmers.

Despite the recent turmoil surrounding censorship and unpopular moderator firings, Reddit continues to be a popular news aggregator and online social gathering hub. There are thousands of unique subreddits, or communities, that serve to bring people together around different topics and common-interest subjects. For developers and programmers here are a few of the best subreddits to participate in.

Webdev

The webdev subreddit is more than 94,000 readers strong. It’s a great place to get your feet wet and explore various discussions ranging from how to stay motivated on a project to recommendations on resources and tools.

Javascript

Another great subreddit is Javascript. Keep in mind that there’s a unique subreddit for just about any language, API or OS that you can think of. Javascript is one of many. It’s highly active and helpful for Javascript programmers.

Programmer Humor

Looking for a laugh that only a coder can understand? Then the programmerhumor subreddit is for you. Funny memes and shares pepper this stream and we promise loads of laughs from them too.

For Hire

If you’ve got skills, but you don’t have a gig you might want to make a post to the forhire subreddit. Sell yourself or better yet, find a qualified developer for your next project.

Hopefullly the above programmer and developer subreddits will help you discover others and connect with likeminded folks who face similar project challenges and successes and who are willing to share a bit of both with community members. Check them out and let us know the ones you like best!

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