One of our most loved traditions is Stack Gives Back. Every year since 2009, we've surveyed Stack Exchange moderators about charities they would like to support and then donated $100 on behalf of each moderator.
We’re thrilled to announce a new and foundational feature, Content Health, that helps to intelligently identify and surface potentially outdated or inaccurate knowledge—content that needs to change.
With new features and tweaks to the Stack Overflow for Teams integration with Microsoft Teams, we’re sure that the new and improved Version 2 will come in handy. This article provides additional context around the evolution of this integration and how it might be useful to your organization!
Organizations and leaders have a responsibility to ensure people are heard, to build high levels of trust and enable them to show up authentically— all so they can do their best work.
A new way to discover and share knowledge about version control, CI/CD, DevSecOps, and all-remote workflows
Here's a detailed look into how we designed Collectives, starting from the initial ideation to all the decisions and considerations that led to what it is today.
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.
We have had an exciting couple of months here at Stack Overflow. That excitement doesn't change our plans for the future, detailed in this post.