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PSilva
Community Manager
Community Manager

That title sounds so 2009 but let’s go with it.

When DevCentral started back in 2003, it was one of the original ‘social’ community sites when social media was still in its infancy. Today, F5’s DevCentral Community is your F5 user community and where you can get technical, how-to information about F5 technologies. You can engage with fellow network pros, security pros, developers and architects along with industry thought leaders, and the awesome F5 MVPs. You get it all.

That said, you might not want or need a dedicated browser tab always open to DevCentral but still want to be informed of new content? Follow us on Social! Today, DevCentral has a number of social outlets to engage with you wherever you like.

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On Twitter, add DevCentral along with team members Peter SilvaJason Rahm, and Buu Lam who also share their technology insights along with some personal expressions. Follow @devcentral for new articles, code, videos, knowledge and updates throughout the day. Ask a question too!

 

Prefer to hang out with the LinkedIn

PSilva_1-1644278845590.pngcrowd? Our DevCentral Showcase page caters to the business crowd and provides key content a few times a week. Not everything like Twitter but important topics for technical professionals.  

Don’t feel like reading anything and prefer to watch content? Then head on over to our YouTube channel for hours of instructional videos, the awesome Lightboard Lessons, our 90 Seconds of Security Series and of course, The DevCentral Connects Livestreams including At the Edge, Security Sidebar, The Core and The Top 5. Our Livestreams happen every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:PSilva_2-1644278845604.png30AM PT and you can watch from your favorite platform YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and/or Facebook. By subscribing to our YouTube channel, you and 65,000 other subscribers get the first alerts of new video content. You can watch the video before it even posts to DevCentral. That’s right, early access!

On top of all that, you can ask questions on Reddit, get Code on Github, follow F5  discussions on Stack overflow, or participate on the F5 Facebook page.

Jump on your favorite Social Platform and add DevCentral to your Feed!

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