How I Keep in Touch With My Favorite Programming Communities

Preslav Rachev
2 min readMar 25, 2022


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Even though I have been dabbling in entrepreneurship for the past year or so, I am a software developer to the bottom of my heart. My day-to-day job involves writing a lot of Go code, but I enjoy reading the news about other programming communities. I believe that as software developers, we should be aware of what other communities are working on and learn as much as we can from them.

It was only natural that I started using our service Murmel to my advantage.

As we announced a few months ago, Murmel allows its customers to subscribe to private and public Twitter lists and aggregate the best results shared in them. I created a few lists featuring people from different software development communities and fed them into Murmel. I also made a few of those public, and I want to share the best ones with you:

Go (Golang) Devlopers

Elixir Developers

Python Developers

Java / Scala / Kotlin / Clojure Developers

Ruby / Rails Developers

What other developer communities should I follow? Let me know in the replies below. Also, don’t forget to give Murmel a try.



Preslav Rachev

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