# What's Next?

Congratulations for making it this far on your journey into Cosmos! There are various ways you can continue to explore, learn, and contribute to the ecosystem, whether you want to develop your own application-specific blockchain, contribute to the development of the SDK, or connect with others in the ecosystem. Read on to find out more.

# Jobs

Searching for your next gig? B9lab and the Cosmos Ecosystem have been working on an improved jobs board where you can find all the open roles in the ecosystem. The board is available for all Interchain Developer Academy graduates. If you are interested in receiving updates, sign up below.

 

# Events

Explore some of the great projects in the Cosmos Ecosystem and get to know the teams behind them by joining these events.

Upcoming events will be displayed here soon.

# Community

# Cosmos Discord

Make sure you join the Cosmos developer community via the public areas of the Cosmos Discord! It is a great place to ask your burning Cosmos questions, stay up-to-date on community events, and connect with others in the ecosystem.

Join the community

# Cosmos Hub Forum

If you have got questions or thoughts to discuss regarding Cosmos governance, the ecosystem, wallets, security, and validating, then join the official forum for Cosmos.

Join the forum

# Contribute

Cosmos is an open ecosystem which means everyone can contribute. A great place to start is to take a look at any issues marked as "good first issue".

There are different ways you can contribute to the Cosmos SDK and related repositories. Click on the links below to find out more.

Cosmos SDK
Cosmos SDK
Find out everything about contributing to the main Cosmos SDK repository!

IBC
IBC
Want to support the development of the Inter-Blockchain Communication Protocol?

Tendermint Core
Tendermint Core
Help solve existing issues and continue the development of the robust Tendermint BFT consensus!