Engineers hate meetings, but they can be an effective way to get things done. With everyone working remotely, it can be even harder to get anything accomplished. Here's tips on how to have better meetings either way.
The majority of companies are now working remotely and asynchronous collaboration is more important than ever. Companies around the globe use Stack Overflow for Teams to do just that (including those that newly adopted the platform since we made it free through June 2020). But only one company has been using Teams since its inception:…
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Tune in for part two of our conversation with Adam Lear and Jon Chan, Stack Overflow developers working on our public sites and community tools.
The suddenly strained unemployment systems often run on a 60-year-old programming language, COBOL. So, how can you learn it, make big bucks, and save lots of state agencies that need new code to deal with all the new government stimulus programs?
We discuss the contract tracing proposal put forward by Apple and Google, a system that could track billions of phones and help alert users if they have been exposed to coronavirus. But can it also protect user's privacy?
Culture and science are happening in real-time during the worldwide COVID-19 epidemic, which means that Apple and Google are working together in collaboration with health and governmental organizations and rapidly publishing specifications and standards.
In this week's episode, we chat with Anna Lytical, a drag queen and engineer who creates sickeningly entertaining and educational coding tutorials in order to engage more LGBTQ+ people with coding and the tech industry.
In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the history of COBOL, a “common business-oriented language”, which is suddenly missions critical to government systems, like unemployment, overwhelmed by the pandemic. After that, we chat about the supply chain in China, which pivoted within weeks from pitching Ben electronic components to offering critical medical supplies.…