November 2019 Welcome to ISSUE #4 of The Overflow, a newsletter by developers, for developers, written and curated by the Stack Overflow team and Cassidy Williams of React Training. You can read more about it here. This week, oh the things you’ll draw on the web, names that break airline systems, and how to create…
How you should read numbers in a developers resume and what this kind of information says about a candidate.
But if you could collect and analyze the opinions posted within the comments and questions, you could start to get a bead on the aggregate sentiment, sort of a Yelp for technology. That’s just what Gias Uddin, now a Senior Data Scientist at the Bank of Canada, looked at for his PhD thesis at McGill University. Along with his PhD supervisor, Foutse Khomh, Associate Professor at Polytechnique Montréal, determined a method to mine opinions on APIs and libraries from questions and comments posted on Stack Overflow.
We chat about programming with ADHD, our most embarrassing programming mistakes, and spacecraft navigation.
One way to scale support for a product is to invest in the community already asking and answering questions about your technology on Stack Overflow.
We go behind the scenes with two developers who create the coding questions for the annual Hacker Cup.