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January 2020 Welcome to ISSUE #9 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, we get a peek into the future of Stack Overflow, discover the longest possible free ride, and…
In the last article, we examined the basics of micro-interactions: what they are, why they’re important, and how to build one. In this tutorial, we’ll build something I have struggled with for many years: the animated navigation.
We’re excited to share research highlights about the work we’ve been doing to understand how satisfied people are with Stack Overflow. We’ve been working hard to explore what users like best about Stack Overflow and what their top pain points are, with the goal of improving the overall experience of using the site. To this end, we’ve launched a site satisfaction survey, in which we continually survey users about their experiences using Stack Overflow.
A note from our new CEO, Prashanth Chandrasekar, reflecting on his first 90 days and laying out his vision for 2020.
Rust has been Stack Overflow's most loved language for four years in a row, indicating that many of those who have had the opportunity to use Rust have fallen in love with it. However, the roughly 97% of survey respondents who haven't used Rust may wonder, "What's the deal with Rust?"
We’re in the throes of winter here at Stack Overflow headquarters but the Q&A sites are full of hot questions. This week, we’re wondering if syntactic sugar makes code sweeter, wishing upon a galaxy, and digging into two Scala functions that do basically the same thing but at different speeds. A star or a galaxy?…
In this series, we’ll examine how to take your application from ordinary to exceptional by implementing micro-interactions with react-spring so you won’t be stuck thinking “I really wish I knew how to add animations” any more.
We had a ton of people participate in Winter Bash this year with 266,000 hats awarded throughout the network. Thank you, everyone! We couldn’t have done it without you.
Today, we’re thrilled to announce that our Basic version of Teams no longer requires a personal or corporate credit card to get started. No more pestering your boss for their sacred purchase card or putting down your personal card to only set several different calendar reminders to make sure you cancel in time before getting charged.