A robust and thriving community has grown around Redis, including a yearly conference, RedisConf, social media, and traditional email mailing list and IRC channel. An important social-media source for Redis news is the Redis News Twitter feed at https://twitter.com/redisfeed and the Redis sub-Reddit at https://www.reddit.com/r/redis. These various communication channels provide multiple avenues to engage with other individuals who are actively developing and using Redis in diverse industries and environments.
The first place to look for help is on Redis's website, http://redis.io/, that has a rich trove of documentation and tutorials as well as the latest downloads for the current stable version of Redis, along with the cutting-edge development version and links to older versions of Redis. The website also lists all the various Redis clients for the most popular (and not so popular) programming languages and frameworks. These clients make it easy to use Redis as connection layer between systems that may have very different implementations and technology stacks.