Is what I wrote almost 10 years ago when F5 was rolling out some of our early social media channels as the medium started to explode. Back then, we listed our MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels - the four big ones at the time.

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A decade later, Social has become one of the primary megaphones for folks not only to share but also receive content and information from a variety of sources. Today, DevCentral has a number of social outlets to engage with you wherever you like. You can follow us on twitter, subscribe and watch videos on our YouTube Channel, ask questions on Reddit, get Code on Github, follow BIG-IP discussions on Stack overflow, participate on the F5 Facebook page and follow articles on the F5 DevCentral LinkedIn Group.

dc twitAnd, while the paint still wet, we are excited to announce our New LinkedIn Home! We're thrilled to be Showcased under F5's LinkedIn Company Page and look forward to building a fun place to converse, ask questions and get inside scoops on BIG-IP tips and tricks. Please follow and let us know how we can help.

When DevCentral started back in 2003, it was one of the original ‘social’ community sites when social media was still in its infancy. F5’s DevCentral community is your guide into F5's community of coders and where you can get into the guts of F5 technologies and solutions. Members range from beginning to advanced devs, industry thought leaders, and F5 MVPs.

Let us know where else you like to technically hang out and where should we be more active? Hit us up with the hash, #whereisdevcentral and we'll meet you there

 

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