Ceora, Ben, and Matt talk with Danielle Man, Director of Engineering at Apollo GraphQL, about how an MIT program for high school girls helped kick off her career, her path from IC to engineering manager, and how Apollo became what it is today.
The new home team—Matt, Ceora, and Cassidy—discuss Visual Studio’s 25th birthday, how to create a sustainable revenue source for open-source frameworks, why open-source business models contribute to a lack of diversity, and why NFTs are so unpopular with K-pop fans.
This week: how to stop aggregating away the signal in your data, the hipster programming paradigm, and the junior software engineer making all the architecture decisions at their startup (are they working hard enough?).
Ben talks with entrepreneur and venture capitalist David Pakman, who recently left his longtime role as a partner at veteran VC firm Venrock to become managing partner at CoinFund.
Welcome to the new Stack Overflow podcast. For our relaunch episode, the home team covers code scanning for security vulnerabilities in open-source registries, whether high-profile skills training programs from Google and Amazon really address systemic inequity in tech (spoiler: probably not), and how a James Bond character sparked Matt’s interest in security.
Welcome to ISSUE #115 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams. This week: what you give up when you move into management, an AI bot that’s better than you at answering technical interview questions, and resources to help with monorepos and functional programming.
The team talks with Expensify CEO David Barrett about how computer graphics and video games inspired his career, how Expensify built their stack, and why this CEO still takes his turn on PagerDuty.
The home team talks about award-winning diagramming and charting tool Mermaid, the QR code ad promoting crypto at the Super Bowl, and Intel’s semiconductor investment.
Welcome to ISSUE #114 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams. This week: realistic work estimates, creating a culture of continual learning, and how Tumblr inspired a generation of women to code.
Welcome to ISSUE #113 of The Overflow! This newsletter is by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams. This week: tech’s top-paying jobs, building a killer company brand, going from C-suite to IC, and that one developer who’s always doing Leetcode puzzles at work.