Welcome to ISSUE #125 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams. This week: The Key V2.0, how to encourage documentation in open-source communities, and why security needs to shift left.
From the blog
Unlock your full programming potential with The Key V2.0 stackoverflow.blog Often imitated, never duplicated.
Building a community of open-source documentation contributors stackoverflow.blog As an open-source project grows, it can be tough to get contributors to document everything. Here’s how to build a culture that keeps its knowledge base up-to-date.
Why security needs to shift left into the SDLC (Ep. 439) stackoverflow.blog The home team chats with Michael Chenetz, Head of Developer Content at Cisco, about the importance of bringing security into the discussion very early in the SDLC.
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I am a full-stack engineer but my manager wants to make me do front-end development exclusively workplace.stackexchange.com If this job isn’t right for you, find one that is.
Have draft SCOTUS opinions been leaked before? law.stackexchange.com Short answer? No.
What causes the glitchy sound when a GBA cartridge is removed? retrocomputing.stackexchange.com “One does not simply make a hot-swappable cartridge connector.”
What is the best way to record in git which commit is currently deployed to which environment? softwareengineering.stackexchange.com “This is not a problem version control was meant to solve.”
Links from around the web
Reducing spam from mailto links jackchilds.tech Giving user a way to contact you is great. Getting tons of spam is not. Here’s how to reduce it.
What is black and white and read all over? jenniferdaniel.substack.com Google released an emoji-specific font. It’s wonderful to see these little faces we know and love act like the fonts they should be.
You don’t need a UI framework smashingmagazine.com You want to reach for the latest and greatest frameworks when you’re building your sites...but maybe you don’t have to.
LISP in space with Ron Garret corecursive.com A really fun interview about developing the software for the Mars Rover.