Podcast #112 – Please Direct All Hate Mail to Jay Hanlon c/o Stack Overflow…
Welcome back to the Stack Overflow podcast episode #112 recorded Thursday, July 13th at Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Today’s hosting duties fall to Jay Hanlon as Joel is still busy alphabetizing his socks. Joining him is newly minted CTO David Fullerton, Fog Creek Community Engineer and Star Wars scholar Jenn Schiffer, and can-totally-tell-the-difference-between-Moff-and-Mon-Mothma podcast producer Jess Pardue.
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- We are honored to have special guest Sarah Clatterbuck share her Developer Story; from generating “random” numbers in middle school to studying applied design in college and then directing the Presentation Infrastructure teams at LinkedIn. She also works with high school CS classes and sits on the board of the Girl Scouts of Northern California in order to help develop girls’ early interest in STEM fields.
- Jay gets quite indignant about Jess and Jenn’s lack of Star Wars recall.
- Jenn rants about how bad voice recognition really is. Her Echo Dot is cowering in fear under her bed…
- David ‘s new oven is weirdly specific:
- Introducing Stack Overflow Channels! Everything you love about Stack Overflow, in a Private space just for your team. Be one of the first to try it.
- In the News: Is it ethical to automate your job and not tell your company? Also, Jenn is definitely an anarchist…
This week’s Constitution Question is brought to you by User Diederik Hattingh via Twitter where you can follow him as@Diederik_za: “In markdown, when adding to the middle of a numbered list, do you fix the subsequent numbers?” Answer with PRO if you must correct the numbers, or CON if you think “Why bother? The syntax will straighten itself out.” Chime in using #stackoverflowpodcast on twitter. The answer that makes us chuckle, whether on the winning or losing side, will be read on next week’s podcast and win a few SO stickers.
This week’s winner, for the first time ever, is also the amendment proposer! It’s not rigged, we promise.
CON don't use their trash can, leave it on their desk. One mans trash is another mans treasure.
— Sharshiel Borisute (@SharshiB) June 13, 2017
Thanks for listening! We’ll be back next week.
Links and socials:
- For Sarah’s awesomeness: Glimmer, Ember, Women in Tech, GS of Northern California
- Connect with Sarah on LinkedIn and twitter: @girodchatterbox
- Follow Jenn Schiffer on Twitter @jennschiffer and stop by Glitch!
- Thanks again CircleCI for sponsoring.
- BTW, there are so many Mon Mothra’s…
The Population of New York City was 8,000,000 in 1950’s when Television Show sais “Eight Million People live in New York” THE NAKID CITY.
You mean since I was BORN in 1949 only 1,000,000 have been borned in New York City?
You sated 9 Million live in Perfect Freedom and Security? Are you KIDDING ME?
I have Kinfolk in NYC who say. “WE HATE IT HERE.” and I am Jewish.
Yes. Only 1,000,000 have been “borned” in NYC since 1949.
Curiously noone has died in NYC since 1949, which explains the current population numbers.
I guess this is why they feel so safe.
(Disclaimer: The above text might have been borned for sarcastic reasons)
Tone down your hauteur and your sarcasm may become mildly amusing.
You mention the Constitution winner is the same as the proposer, but it’s not. The question was posed by @kasey_orourke1 on May 17