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You Can Now Play with Stack Overflow Data on Google’s BigQuery

If you’ve ever wanted to get a statistic about Stack Overflow or your favorite Stack Exchange site, you may have used our Stack Exchange Data Explorer, aka SEDE. (This is separate from our regular "data dumps" meant for researchers and others who want to work with large chunks of the content.) Launched in 2010, SEDE is a web tool you can use to share, query, and analyze the data from our network. It’s updated weekly with all our latest changes and additions, minus a few sensitive things like people’s email addresses and voting behavior.

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Stack Overflow Job Search: Better, Faster, Stronger

Finding a job you love should be easy and hassle-free, which is how we built Stack Overflow Jobs: Personalized job matches, and no recruiter spam. We’re expanding our promise to users today with even more magic.

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Stack Overflow Podcast #93 - A Very Spolsky Halloween Special

A warning to all souls before you go further: We know you’ve been dying to hear this special Halloween edition of the podcast, but due to its frightening nature, we recommend you proceed with caution and put all small children and ghosts to rest before hitting play. But if you are so adventurous as to continue…

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Stack Overflow Podcast #92 - The Guerilla Guide to Interviewing

Welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast #92, brought to you by the The Facsimile Association of America. Since the late 1800s, faxes have solved the infuriating problem how to get a message to someone quicker than physical mail, and since the late 1900s, slower than just sending an email. The Facsimile Association of America: When Was the Last Time You Needed to Fax?

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Podcast #88 - All About Documentation, Mostly

Welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast, recorded September 20 at our headquarters in NYC. This week’s episode is brought to you by adorable otters, who hold hands at night so they don’t float away from each other. The episode is also brought to you by Compose, an IBM company. Compose is a production-ready, cloud hosted platform for building enterprise applications on open source database technologies.

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