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What's DevCentral?

DevCentral is your personalized lens into F5's community of coders. It's where you can get into the guts of F5 technologies like iRules, iControl, and iApps. You'll find code, configs, and information on what's new.

You'll also be part of an active community of devs that share what they know and help each other out. Any F5 technical know-how you're looking for, you'll find here.

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Who's DevCentral?

People from across the globe that are passionate about what they can do with F5 technology. And there are a lot of them—over 250,000 and growing. Memebers range from beginning to advanced devs, industry thought leaders, and F5 MVPs.

Meet the Experts.

F5 thought leaders are a core part of this site. Many even work here. They write articles, blog, and can answer questions about what works, what doesn't, and why.

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Questions, Answered.

Ask questions, search for answers, or just have a discussion with people that care about the same things that you do. This is an active community, so you won't have to wait long until someone responds to your quesiton.

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Articles and More.

Articles, blogs, tech tips, videos, and more. It's where F5 experts look under the hood and share what they know. Articles are a great place to look for ways to solve a problem or find out what's new or trending in the industry.

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Give Code, Get Code.

Share code, use someone else's, or just appreciate what your peers are capable of. You can even get (and award) DevPoints for exclusive privileges within DevCentral.

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Interact with Peers, Build Cred.

Membership levels are defined by the currency of DevCentral, DevPoints. You earn DevPoints based on the content you contribute, and how the community reacts to that content. Earning DevPoints is how you gain membership privileges on DevCentral and up your ranking on the Leaderboard.

You earn DevBadges based on contributions to and interactions with the community. Unlike DevPoints, DevBadges aren't related to membership levels. They show up next to your name and represent your coding cred.

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DevCentral MVPs and How to Become One.

Participation. Expertise. Perspective. DevCentral MVPs have proven they have those three things more than covered. In other words, the DevCentral MVP Program recognizes the best, brightest and most active members of our community. MVPs are nominated by their peers.

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Tools and Resources.

Get access to deployment guides, tools like iHealth, technical documentation, and F5 Support.

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