With so much hype and hate around Web3, let's take a measured look at what it is and what it can do.
All those CEOs on LinkedIn claiming they can find the right candidate in a five-minute conversation? Wrong. Science shows us how we can do better.
Ceora, Ben, and Matt talk with Danielle Man, Director of Engineering at Apollo GraphQL, about how an MIT program for high school girls helped kick off her career, her path from IC to engineering manager, and how Apollo became what it is today.
Our Content Health feature helps intelligently identify and surface potentially outdated or inaccurate knowledge—content that needs to be reviewed in order to keep your knowledge base healthy.
When your team builds a culture of continuous learning, they build a space where they can step outside their comfort zone and innovate.
Dwarf Fortress is one of those oddball passion projects that’s broken into Internet consciousness. It’s a free game where you play either an adventurer or a fortress full of dwarves in a randomly generated fantasy world. The simulation runs deep, with new games creating multiple civilizations with histories, mythologies, and artifacts. I reached out to him to see how he’s managed a single, growing codebase over 15+ years, the perils of pathing, and debugging dead cats. Our conversation below has been edited for clarity.
April Fool's may be over, but once we set up a system to react every time someone typed Command+C, we realized there was also an opportunity to learn about how people use our site. Here’s what we found.
In order to get the most performant site possible when building the codebase for our public Stack Overflow site, we didn’t always follow best practices.
We’re thrilled to announce a new and foundational feature, Content Health, that helps to intelligently identify and surface potentially outdated or inaccurate knowledge—content that needs to change.
At this point, most software engineers see the value of testing their software regularly. But are you testing your data engineering as well?