Welcome to ISSUE #5 of The Overflow, a newsletter by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams of React Training. You can read more about it here. This week, we’re providing a roadmap to better partner with our community, discovering who was the first to nap on the Moon, and finding out how to become a product manager at a large company.
Introducing “The Loop”: A Foundation in Listening
Podcast #129: TFW You Accidentally Delete Your Database
Who was the first human to sleep on the Moon?
“Which answer in this list is the correct answer to this question?”
Einstein’s quantum elevator in a vacuum
Match blood types in C
Exactly what color was the text on monochrome terminals with green-on-black and amber-on-black screens?
Don’t serve burnt pizza (and other lessons in building minimum lovable products)
A cron job that could save you from a ransomware attack
Lessons from a Product Manager at Google
How Discord achieves native iOS performance with React Native
What’s next for CSS?
You are doing :focus wrong (and I was too)
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