podcast May 26, 2020

Podcast 238: Mayor of Open Source town

The software industry has become a kinder, more welcoming place. Has it finally left a certain kind of leadership behind?
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Director of Content

This week, the gang discusses open source governance, the pros and cons of sociopathic leadership, and Paul’s parsing project.

Episode Notes

Sara is spending her time as a fully remote worker trying to learn more about open source governance and foundations. Turns out there is a lot of overlap with the work Stack does alongside its community. 

Paul has a project for playing with math in your storytelling. You can check it out here.

Our lifeboat of the week goes to Stack Overflow user Scolytus, who answered the following question: Why am I getting an error when creating a C Struct initialization with char array?

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newsletter August 17, 2020

The Overflow #34: WYSIWYG style

Welcome to ISSUE #34 of the Overflow! This week, we explore how to build a full-text search engine, ways to get involved in open source development, and how to force a right-click on a website that doesn’t want you to. Plus, the debut of Articles, a new form of post in Stack Overflow for Teams.
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Content Strategist
newsletter November 13, 2020

The Overflow #47: How to lead with clarity and empathy in the remote world

Welcome to ISSUE #47 of the Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams at Netlify. This week: seamless interoperability between PHP and .NET applications, Stackers on leading remotely, and what exactly is inverse probability? From the blog What’s so great about Go? stackoverflow.blogWe explore the traits that…
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Content Strategist