podcast October 2, 2017

Podcast #117 – Your Friendly Neighborhood Code Mentor

Welcome, welcome, welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast #117, recorded Thursday, September 28 in our beautiful SO NYC HQ. That’s a lot of letters. This episode is brought to you by Oracle. Stack Overflow greatly appreciates Oracle’s support for this podcast and for our community. Learn more about everything that Oracle does for open source,…
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Welcome, welcome, welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast #117, recorded Thursday, September 28 in our beautiful SO NYC HQ. That’s a lot of letters.

This episode is brought to you by Oracle. Stack Overflow greatly appreciates Oracle’s support for this podcast and for our community. Learn more about everything that Oracle does for open source, java, and developers like you at oracle.com/developers.

This week, we’re visited by Gitlab CEO, and former personal submarine programmer, Sid Sijbrandij.

And yet another visitor! Our own Kristina Lustig comes by to talk about our experimental mentorship program.

This week’s Constitution question comes from Twitterer Kevin Arvai,‏ @arvkevi:

In line at the supermarket, which customer is responsible for placing the divider bar between items?

Listen to what our hosts have to say and then post your answer to Twitter using the hashtag #stackoverflowpodcast with either PRO or CON and your explanation, short but punny. The best explanation, whether on the winning side or the losing side, will be read on next week’s podcast and win a Stack Overflow sticker.

Last week’s winner, for the question, “Is it ok to take your shoes off at the office?” is Sean Ennis,‏ @ennis0:

See you all next week!

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