Scalable Applications — An international community of developers who build scalable applications

Valerio Barbera

I’m really excited to annouce that the “Scalable Applications” community was born. I’m Valerio Barbera, software engineer, CTO at Inspector and contributor of this group.

Scalable Applications is an online community that brings together developers from all over the world to share experiences, strategies, and methodologies for developing scalable applications. We aim to be at the forefront of identifying and commenting on new trends, new technologies, and much more, providing an inclusive and safe space for discussion.

Join us now: https://www.facebook.com/groups/scalableapplications

If you value humility, honesty, respect, and sharing…

If you are developing an application or are part of a team…

If you aspire to create digital products and services that anyone can use…

If you want to be in an environment where people share your values…

If you feel the need to keep up-to-date on the most promising development trends…

If you want to prevent your skills from becoming obsolete…

And if you want to get more recognition in your profession…

You are in the right place.

This peer-to-peer space is a safe and peaceful environment where you can grow professionally through open discussions with other developers like you. You’ll connect with people who understand you, who share your passion, and who are devoted to the same cause: scaling their applications to grow their company.

Through Scalable Applications, you can meet software development leads, engineers, and CTOs from established software houses and other software-driven companies. People who influence the direction of the software development strategy in their company every day.

What are the main topics?

At Scalable Applications, developers like you discuss:

Application Scalability

Adding additional app servers isn’t just a click on the “new server” button in your cloud console. It requires adapting many components in your infrastructure and meeting a lot of preconditions on the software side.

Here we discuss the most common scenarios, architectures, and technologies that enable developers to overcome these bottlenecks. We’re always looking for new ways to scale our applications more efficiently and conveniently.

Career

Leading the development of an application to make it scalable is a crucial skill to move your career forward. Learning from other people’s experiences can provide you more options for your choices, and you won’t feel so alone in your endeavors.

Join us now: https://www.facebook.com/groups/scalableapplications

What will you find in this group?

You’ll find solutions to help you unlock your situation immediately. Solutions that may change your working life, or at least make it simpler and easier, minimizing the risk of making bad choices.

Here, you will discover:

  • Answers to your questions about software development;
  • Help, support, and collaboration from other professional developers; and
  • Professional networking with other developers whose interests align with yours. You can create relationships, make new friends, and share experiences, ideas, and practical tips.

What can you post?

You can share your development choices and decisions, and receive feedback on them.

You can share what you are learning, case histories, projects, news from the world of development, and new technologies.

Questions like — who, what, when, where, why, and how — are welcome.

Furthermore, you can add your experience to the community, sharing your preferred technologies and tools, and why you prefer them.

Here are some resources to help you scale up your application:

Important

Scalable Applications’ mission is to build a community around scalability. Even though the community is backed by Inspector.dev, I assure you that no one will try to sell you ANYTHING. Inspector will be analyzed as a development case study only if requested by the members.

That said, for questions relating to Inspector, you can drop in the live chat on the website www.inspector.dev or write an email to: support@inspector.dev.

Final recommendation

Scalable Applications is a supportive and inclusive community where there is absolutely no risk of being laughed at. Anyone who engages in such behavior will be banned. Posts that include insults, racism, personal attacks, defamation, etc. will be automatically deleted.

Now you can feel like a real member of the community. Feel free to invite people you trust (partners, team members, other developers, friends, etc.) to join us. If you trust them, we trust them, too.

We can’t wait to meet you, so introduce yourself. Write your first post about your role and what you are currently working on, and start engaging with the Scalable Applications community.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/scalableapplications

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