On this episode of the podcast, we chat with two of the Stack Overflow developers working on our public sites and community tools.
The world has changed a lot in the last three months. As we adjust to this new reality, we are seeing interesting new traffic trends and community efforts across our network of sites.
We discuss the contract tracing proposal put forward by Apple and Google, a system that could track billions of phones and help alert users if they have been exposed to coronavirus. But can it also protect user's privacy?
In this week's episode, we chat with Anna Lytical, a drag queen and engineer who creates sickeningly entertaining and educational coding tutorials in order to engage more LGBTQ+ people with coding and the tech industry.
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the history of COBOL, a “common business-oriented language”, which is suddenly missions critical to government systems, like unemployment, overwhelmed by the pandemic. After that, we chat about the supply chain in China, which pivoted within weeks from pitching Ben electronic components to offering critical medical supplies.…
Programming may teach you about the law of large numbers, but that doesn't mean you'll always have the answer.
This podcast is meant to reach the Stack community, so we thought it would be great to have some of the moderators who help keep our communities running come on the show and chat about what they do and what they are seeing.
Our most requested feature is finally coming to life. You can try out Dark Mode in beta across Stack Overflow and help us make it great.