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Down the rabbit hole in the Stack Exchange network

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.

Stack Overflow for Teams

Celebrating and improving your community’s knowledge

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.

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