A Curated List of Startup / Tech Slack Groups
Here’s a list of some very cool Slack groups for all of those Slack lovers. Just make sure you don’t join every group as you won’t get anything done :)
- startupstudygroup.slack.com: A very cool group for all of those that love talking tech. It’s run by the super lego guru Charles Jo.
2. ios-developers.slack.com: A great Slack community for iOS devs.
3. hashtaggaming.slack.com: For all of those that are serious gaming addicts.
4. frontenddevelopers.slack.com: Chat with other FED’s, learn inside tricks.
5. angularbuddies.slack.com: A mix of Angular newbies and pros. Join the discussion.
7. https://chat.aff.io/: The group for all affiliate marketers to go to.
8. embercommunity.slack.com: All about Ember JS. Very cool and niche.
9. larachat.slack.com: Talk to people that are into Laravel.
10. slashrocket.slack.com: Chat about your web development here.
11. learnjs.slack.com: Learning JS? Jump in here.
12. chiangmai.slack.com: For all of those cool peeps (nomads) living in Thailand.
13. hashtagtesting.slack.com: The home of quality assurance and testing.
14. thefestivals.slack.com: Fun festivals, with fun people.
15. phglobal.slack.com: Join Product Hunt global and chat with people from all over the world. (Oh Yeah!)
16. phpnl.slack.com: Do you code in PHP? You might want to check out this lovely group.
17. node-js.slack.com: Love Node JS? Everyone here does too.
18. gophers.slack.com: Join the community full of gophers (aka Gopher Academy).
19. teamsketch.slack.com: A community for Sketch designers.
20. productmanagerhq.slack.com: Let’s talk about product with other product managers.
21. techbloggers.slack.com: If you’re a tech blogger like me, jump in and meet the community.
22. techasia.slack.com: Join the tech in Asia community. Perfect if you’re a startup in Korea, China, Singapore etc.
23. feds.slack.com: This isn’t the police (but wouldn’t it be cool if it was). FEDs stands for ‘front-end developers.’
24. rubydevelopers.slack.com: The Ruby on Rails Slack community. Learn and make new friends.
25. bootstrapped.slack.com: Meet other boostrappers. It’s hard running a bootstrapped startup — get support and help from other cool people.
26. onlinegeniuses.slack.com: If Albert Einstein was alive, he’d be in this group.
27. foundedx.slack.com: All countries in the world have their own unique advantages and characteristics. Starting a business in each of these places requires exceptional courage and persistence. The lists presented by Founded X are a tribute to all innovative startups that are proud of their local roots.
28. tankstreamlabs.slack.com: Tank Stream Labs is a beautiful co-working space in Sydney. Come say hi!
29. techlondon.slack.com: The place for UK startups to hang out.
30. dctech.slack.com: The DC startup place to network.
31. inbounding.slack.com: For all of those inbound marketing gurus.
32. mindtheproduct.slack.com: Just passionate people that are crazy about product.
33. uplabschat.slack.com: Chat about design, development and get feedback.
34. growmance.slack.com: A marketing Slack group that is run by Audienti.
35. marketer.slack.com: Share your marketing tips and hacks here.
36. womeninsales.slack.com: A great supporting community led by women in sales. Share your secrets, learn from each other and have fun.
37. bombaystartups.slack.com: If you’re a startup in India, this group will definitely be of interest to you.
38. failup.slack.com: Students, entrepreneurs, devs and changemakers share feedback and opportunities.
39. orl-tech.slack.com: The place for Orlando Developers to chat and support each other.
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