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Our community is more than just our talented software engineers and product designers. It’s our clients, our past clients, designers & developers who use our tools, and people like you.

Our knowledgeable and supportive community is here to help you quickly get your questions answered and discuss a wide range of topics, including application architecture, design, development, DevOps, JavaScript, performance, Angular, CanJS, React, and more.

Join our community today and expand your network of experts to rely on.

Online meetup

Join us on November 9th at 9 am Pacific Time for our next online meetup! We’ll have a handful of short talks on a variety of interesting topics, plus time afterwards to discuss the presentations, talk with the presenters, and put the meet in meetup.

This meetup is free to attend, but you have to register to join.

The talks will include:

Evaluating tools for your organization can seem like endless toil especially when there is no "tool to rule them all" even for one area. Navigating an ever expanding list of companies offering solutions - promising to solve all your problems, small teams, and tight budgets can be overwhelming. Ryan Good teaches you how to cut through the fluff and get to the real value a particular tool can bring to your organization.

BitOps is an open source deployment tool that allows you to describe your infrastructure and applications deployed onto that infrastructure for multiple environments in a single place.  It wraps deployment tools like Terraform, Helm, and Ansible, and it supports any CLI tool. Mick McGrath talks about how to clean up deployment configurations and how BitOps can read that configuration to deploy all of your environments.

HeyEmoji is a fantastic reward system teams can use to recognize each other's accomplishments, dedication, and hard work on Slack. Phillyp Henning walks you through how to deploy the HeyEmoji Slack app to AWS using Terraform+Ansible so your team can enjoy Slack-generated kudos.

Kubernetes is the hottest hosting solution since it hit the scene in 2014. Connor Graham will go over why Kubernetes is awesome, why it is not, and look at some great alternatives for hosting your assets.

Space is limited. Register now to save your spot!