Is there another word for someone who puts together scissors?
Hint: It's not scissorian.
Hint: It's not scissorian.
Burn that toast! It's a witch!
The moon moves oceans, so why would puny satellites be spared?
The Devil doesn’t cheat, but he doesn’t play fair, either.
As a company, we strongly believe that the community of the world’s most engaged developers and technologists and the answers they share will ensure the success of AI’s future.
On this home team episode: Discussions on Stack Overflow is a new feature that allows users to engage in open-ended conversations outside the site’s primary Q&A structure. The team explores deep-cut Stack Exchange questions about the nature of consciousness and the availability of corrective lenses for medieval knights. Plus: The psychology of downvoting and a recent FCC ruling on AI-generated robocalls.
Expanding the experiment to create the space for developers to have meaningful conversations about their favorite technologies.
Let’s take a look at the first Stack Overflow for Teams Enterprise release of the year, focusing on how your teams can celebrate your community’s contributions and how search improvements will make these contributions more discoverable.
After launching major features like Communities and Connectivity and a completely new API in 2023, we’re returning to some of the fundamentals of Stack Overflow for Teams to enrich the core experience and help connect users to knowledge faster.
Check out some of the new features and updates we’ve recently added on collectives.
There are new ways to leverage different CPU architectures to increase application performance and reduce cloud compute costs. Making the cloud-native stack multi-architecture ready helps applications run on the right hardware in cloud environments.
Why replacing programmers with AI won’t be so easy.
Developers love automating solutions to their problems, and with the rise of generative AI, this concept is likely to be applied to both the creation, maintenance, and the improvement of code at an entirely new level.
In spite of all of the AI innovation that’s happened over the last year, we still believe that a human- and community-centered approach to knowledge management is the best way for organizations to unlock the benefits of AI.
Insight into how IBM built their own LLM, data lakehouse, and AI governance system.
We chat with IBM about how their watsonx platform makes generative AI more than just a fun toy.
Plenty of workers prefer flexibility, regardless of what the research says.
We're looking across the calendar year and seeing how much our team has accomplished and where we need to double down on efforts in the months ahead.
There are quite a few tools and companies you know and love that are actually named after people!
Progressive Web Applications will no longer be supported by Apple for users in the EU, which is a blow to web app developers working to build applications outside of the App Store.
The world of planner programming is fascinating, but often only referenced by folks who have touched Prolog before. It's driven by constraints and just might blow your mind!
This is an incredibly fun look at how color spaces work!
What would it take to maintain a "digital legacy" after we're gone?
Workers across the tech industry are questioning if they should be going to the big tech companies that have been doing layoffs.
Just when you thought CSS couldn't get more complex, someone made a neural network for number detection (which is just a whole lot of math).
A certain kind of glass behaves like a solar cell, which has some cool implications for energy as a result.
You love to hate it and hate to love it: dive into the history of Comic Sans!
Having 100% code coverage can be the wrong approach in some contexts.
3D printing brains, of all things, could revolutionize how we study cognitive development—and save lives.
There's a new way to measure user interactions on the web coming to the Core Web Vitals.
This week: the AI bot that fixes security flaws, the legality of phone lines that are usually unusually busy, and tech jobs lose their shine.
This week: your company's stock price is taking our jobs, brain development after 25, and why 100% unit test coverage is actually a bad idea.
This week: we're celebrating our annual Stack Gives Back event, cutting to the chase in work DMs, and wondering what the rest of the world thinks about Comic Sans.