There's a new way to organize knowledge on Stack Overflow, and a new content type users can create.
From Siri to services that transcribe our every word, we explore advancements in computer systems that can understand human conversation and commands.
Anyone can become a software developer, at least, anyone who can persevere through regular bouts of intense frustration.
We chat with Innocent Ndubuisi-Obi and Luke Jordan about the unique challenges you face when trying to solve civic problems with software.
As our applications move from local hardware to a sprawling array of clouds and containers, figuring out how they behave and what's gone wrong is key.
Working from home? We chat about being your own operations department and battling scope creep solo.