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As most knowledge works goes remote, the asynchronous, merge-driven processes pioneered by developers are becoming widespread.
From catching Pokemon to purchasing furniture, augmented reality is becoming increasingly common on mobile apps.
We chat about the new options and tools - from a headless CMS to edge data processing - that Shopify is offering developers.
We chat with Adam Lear, staff software engineer at Stack Overflow, about the evolution of our company's approach to product development over the last decade.
We spent over a hundred hours in 1-on-1 interviews and collected thousands of survey responses to better understand what our community and customers wanted to see in this product. This feedback shaped everything from naming to moderation, and helped us evolve and iterate the concept into what it is today.
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.