What was life like before Git? Why do some many folks love React? How do you transition from a coder to a manager?
This week on the podcast, we chat with Jess Lee, co-founder of Dev.to, and learn about Jupyter notebooks and the joys of d3.js.
It feels like programming would be a lot less intimidating if the vocabulary used to describe operators was closer to what the average person learned in school. Learning to concatenate a string sounds difficult. Putting a bunch of words together in a certain order, now that sounds approachable!
We chat about quantum computing, the worst bugs we've seen, and why CSS is such a plate of scrambled eggs.
Learn about the Great Molasses Flood of 1919, a fake boyfriend app, and how to stay productive while working from home.
Stack Overflow's new CEO talks about his introduction to computer science, his vision for the company, and how his kids are learning to code.
This week we talk compilers, Logo turtles, and building websites for family members. Plus a chat with Stack Overflow's new CEO.
What inspires someone to become a software developer? Joel Spolsky and Clive Thompson discuss how the culture of coding has evolved over the decades and where they hope it’s headed next.
One of the most powerful attributes of Stack Overflow (SO) is the accumulation of developers’ knowledge over time. Community members have contributed more than 18 million questions and 27 million answers. When a developer is stuck on a coding problem, they search through this vast trove of information to see if a solution to their…