Yearly Archives: 2016

company November 20, 2016

Estado da Pilha Internacional – Novembro/2016

Alguns meses atrás eu comentei um pouco sobre o futuro do Stack Overflow Docs no nosso site. Não era um comentário dos mais animadores: “A primeira parte, sobre nós ainda não sabermos se teremos aqui também, é verdade.” mas era uma descrição verdadeira da situação. Só que, como o Tomás Barcellos notou, já se vão…
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Community Manager
company November 15, 2016

How We Make Money at Stack Overflow: 2016 Edition

I’m Nick Craver, and you may remember me from my posts about how Stack Overflow does deployment, how we do hardware, and how we built our architecture. What I haven’t explained yet, and what remains a mystery to most developers I meet, is how we make money. I want to do this now not only…
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Architecture Lead - Former
Podcast Orange
podcast November 14, 2016

Stack Overflow Podcast #94 – We Don’t Care If Bret Is Famous

Grab a cookie (before Joel eats them all) and listen to the Stack Overflow podcast #94, recorded Thursday, November 10, 2016 at the Stack Overflow Headquarters in NYC. Today’s podcast is brought to you by the Electoral College since this podcast usually loses the popular vote. Joel actually doesn’t have a rant today. gasp Instead,…
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Operations Manager (former)
company November 14, 2016

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. Starting today, you can expect… Better filtering options: Developers can now filter by technologies, salary, experience level, company and…
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Marketing (Former)
code-for-a-living November 11, 2016

The Developer Cover Letter

Your cover letter is usually the first impression you make to the people at a company. Even if you got your foot in the door with one person, a bunch of people are going to see your cover letter and resume before you actually get hired, and that’s going to be your first impression with…
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Principal Data Engineer
company November 11, 2016

El estado de Stack Overflow en español #2

!Seguimos compartiendo estadísticas interestantes del mes anterior! En este caso, llevamos en mente el mes de octubre. Les dejo con los siguientes numeros: Preguntas más respondidas: ¿Como agarro un JSon desde AsynTask en android? ¿Por qué es considerado una mala práctica utilizar variables globales? ¿Cómo mostrar productos relacionados en el carrito de la compra? Respuestas…
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Manager, Community Management Team - Former
code-for-a-living October 31, 2016

Why Developers Should Always Be in Job-Seeking Mode

The ideal job-hunting situation is simple: You have a job, your bills are being paid, you’re comfortable, but you’re looking for a step up or a new challenge. You quietly apply for jobs while continuing to excel in your current role, find one that represents a comfortable advancement in your career, give your two-weeks notice,…
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Marketing (Former)
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podcast October 31, 2016

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…
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Marketing (Former)
company October 26, 2016

Why Stack Overflow Doesn’t Care About Ad Blockers

Hi! I’m Steve Feldman, Senior Ad Ops Manager at Stack Overflow. My whole life I’ve been fascinated by advertising. Even as a kid, I wondered what a company was trying to tell me by using one word instead of another in an ad. Over time, I developed a strong (read: subjective) opinion of what makes…
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Senior Ad Ops Manager (former)
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podcast October 24, 2016

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…
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Marketing (Former)