It's a big day at Stack Overflow! Our Prosus deal has closed and our latest Dev Survey is live.
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.
Stack Overflow for Teams, our collaboration platform for building a knowledge base inside your organization, is now free.
Our CEO looks back on his first 12 months at Stack Overflow and shares his thoughts on what we're planning for the future.
We review our ticket smash event, lay out our roadmap for Q4, and talk about what we've been learning from our moderators.
This is my third in a series of quarterly CEO blog posts. I'm excited to share some very positive updates.
If you put a textbox on the Internet, someone will put spam in it. If you put a textbox on a site that gets millions of hits a day, lots of someones will put lots of spam in it. So Stack Exchange uses multiple layers to block all the spam coming in.
If you have been active on the Stack Exchange network (especially the Meta sites) or have been a reader of this blog for any significant amount of time, you will see the term Community used quite often. But who is a member of the Community? Why is the Community important? The answer to this will probably depend on who you ask.