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Participate

Join the Hazelcast Community

There are many ways to get involved with the projects.

Inform
Inform

We rely on our community to help us uncover bugs or other issues. You can raise these in Github Issues for the relevant project. For example, you can raise Hazelcast IMDG issues here. The community provides bug fixes on a regular basis, and these are always welcome.

Contribute
Contribute

There are 2 major releases of Hazelcast IMDG per year. The community plays an important role in shaping the roadmap. We promote upcoming features on the Github Wiki page, and the community discusses larger feature requests via Hazelcast Enhancement Proposals.

Promote
Promote

Community members can promote the project and the benefits of Hazelcast in their applications via blog posts, social media, and in-person talks at conferences or local user groups. For most talks, we can usually provide some items such as t-shirts, laptop stickers, pins, or books.

Forums

Forums

Ask, answer, and contribute.

Google Groups
Google Groups

Hazelcast engineers and many other community members monitor this forum. It’s usually the best place to get your questions answered. We make general project announcements here as well.


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Stack Overflow
Stack Overflow

Our community monitors StackOverflow for questions tagged with “hazelcast.”


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GitHub
GitHub

We store the source code for all Hazelcast projects in GitHub. Report issues here, contribute and collaborate on roadmap items in the wiki.


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Slack
Slack

Join the Hazelcast Community on slack to chat with users and developers of Hazelcast


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Events

Join us at a Community Event nearby

The Hazelcast community is global. If there’s nothing in your area, we can help you establish a local group or sponsor a talk. Send details to [email protected].

Looking for info on our live events? We’re busy coordinating developer events at the moment, so please check back in a few days for the latest info. In the meantime, check out our free, on-demand training.

Heroes

Hazelcast Heroes

Hazelcast Heroes are people from the community who have made significant contributions to Hazelcast and made the ecosystem a better place. Contributions can be new features, bug fixes, documentation improvement, etc.

Tools

Tools

YourKit supports the Hazelcast open source project with its Java Profiler. YourKit, LLC is the creator of tools for profiling Java and .NET applications. Take a look at YourKit’s products:

Free Hazelcast Online Training Center

Whether you're interested in learning the basics of in-memory systems, or you're looking for advanced, real-world production examples and best practices, we've got you covered.