You asked, we answered! Lots of folks asked for The Overflow newsletter to be part of an RSS feed, and here it is. We'll be posting the full newsletter on the blog on the Friday after we send it out. Enjoy! Welcome to The Overflow, a newsletter from Stack Overflow that brings together great questions from our community, news and articles from our blog, and awesome links from around the web. It’s content by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams of React Training. A new issue will arrive once every two weeks. You can read more about Cassidy and why we decided to launch this newsletter on our blog.
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Five pitfalls to avoid when outsourcing software developmentstackoverflow.blog From scoping a project to avoiding contract loopholes, learn how to reap the benefits of outsourcing while avoiding the headaches. How to make good code reviews betterstackoverflow.blog Your code reviews are good, but they could be great. Here are some simple tips on how to level up your approach.
Why can I log in to my Facebook account with a misspelled email/password?security.stackexchange.com Ever typed your password into Facebook, hit enter, and thought to yourself “Ooops, I spelled that wrong.” Turns out you can make a mistake and be granted access anyways. How can this Stack Exchange site have an animated favicon?superuser.com Meet a bug that is old enough to vote (in most countries). Resume: How to quantify my contributions as a software engineer? workplace.stackexchange.com What would you say...you do here? Why should I always enable compiler warnings?stackoverflow.com They're just warnings, not errors, right?
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