Couchbase Community Hub

Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of our new Community Hub, your entry point for all things community at Couchbase. 

The Community Team is always exploring ways to not only better connect our users and contributors between them but also to foster more sharing, more learning and more cross-pollination. The “hub”, as we’re affectionately calling it, is a new space for our community that complements our existing Couchbase Discord server and Couchbase Community Forums. Whether it’s reading about fresh product updates and important announcements, or learning about events happening near you or virtually, or connecting with fellow Couchbasers, you’ll always stumble across something that piques your interest in the hub. Importantly, this space is also where you can learn about all the different ways you can get involved, whether it’s contributing to one of our open source projects, signing up to organize an event, helping with our forums or contributing to our documentation. We’ll regularly be posting contribution opportunities for all types of users, regardless of how experienced you are with Couchbase.

The hub is open to everyone, all we ask is that you request to join by telling us who you are and what is it about Couchbase that you’re most interested in. This also helps us make sure you’re 100% human!

Once inside, have a look around and explore the different features our platform has to offer : 

    • You can publish quick posts to share something cool you’re working on or an interesting article you’ve just read
    • We’ve got polls, prompts, posts, and questions that can bring more people into a conversation 
    • You can request to organize a virtual session and event like live-coding or quick tips and tricks.
    • If and when you want them, you can request to create smaller groups around a special interest or language. 

Of course, like all our community initiatives and programs, the Hub is a work in progress so your feedback is really important. As always, if you have any questions or suggestions about this initiative, don’t hesitate to write to us at community [at] couchbase [dot–] com. Join the hub today, we look forward to seeing you there!


Posted by Brian King, Senior Community Manager

With a software development background, Brian has two decades of experience working with communities in the open Web (Mozilla), talent networks (Toptal), open source (Eclipse Foundation), and more. With his team and the organization as a whole he is focused growing the Couchbase developer community and improving the developer experience in order to help build better products.

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