The more open a system is to new contributors, the more chance that an accidental meeting will benefit everyone involved.
Readable code is great, but not all code will be immediately readable. That's when you get your interrogation tools.
For a successful Agile and DevOps practice, organizations need to think beyond tooling. Engineering organizations need a strong community of practice culture that supports the collecting and distributing of knowledge, greater cross-organizational collaboration, and breaks down the silos that can happen in companies of all sizes.
Developers need to always be learning, but knowing what skills companies need can help you direct your learning towards marketable skills.
It’s been a busy quarter for the company. We celebrated a handful of big milestones over the last three months. We added a new Chief Technology Officer, Jody Bailey, to our leadership team, announced Stack Overflow for Teams entering the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, launched exciting initiatives like Staging Ground, and released insights from this year’s Developer Survey.