podcast June 29, 2021

Podcast 352: How product development at Stack Overflow has evolved

We chat with Adam Lear, staff software engineer at Stack Overflow, about the evolution of our company's approach to product development over the last decade.
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Director of Content

We chat with Adam Lear, staff software engineer at Stack Overflow, about the evolution of our company’s approach to product development over the last decade. Also discussed: anti-patterns, documentation, developer profiles, and tokenizing reputation.

EPISODE NOTES

If you’re full up on technical content and just want funny retweets, follow Adam on Twitter here

If you’re interested in learning more about tag pages, check out what the community created for Rust.

Thanks to Peter Cordes, our lifeboat badge winner of the week, for answering the question: How can I accurately benchmark unaligned access speed on x86_64?

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