On this episode, we talk to John Myers, CTO and cofounder of Gretel, a company that provides synthetic data for training machine learning models without exposing any of their customers personally identifiable information.
It’s hard to believe we’re already four weeks into the New Year, especially as everything we have to celebrate from 2021 is still fresh in my mind.
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.
Ben, Ryan, and Cassidy talk with Esther Jang, Matt Johnson, and Chris Webb of Seattle’s Local Connectivity Lab, a nonprofit that works in concert with the University of Washington to facilitate community-focused technology development and research.
Ben sits down with Bill Pearson, VP of the Internet of Things Group and General Manager of Developer Enablement at Intel, to talk about computing on the edge and how developers are using AI across use cases to make their apps faster and smarter.
For our 400th episode, an oral history of Stack Overflow from founding team: Joel Spolsky, Jeff Atwood, Geoff Dalgas, and Jarrod Dixon.
Recently, Stack Overflow’s Chief Product and Technology Officer, Teresa Dietrich, sat down with Justin Stone, Senior Director of Secure DevOps Platforms at Liberty Mutual, for a conversation about building a high-velocity DevOps culture.