From Chemistry to Raspberry Pi: Sites covering Q&A on tech, leisure, language, and more celebrate their first decade.
When your open-source project starts getting contributors, it can feel great! But as a project grows, contributors can neglect to document everything.
Are blockchain and Web3 the future or are they just a fad? We asked the developer community about Web3, blockchain, crypto, and whether they are all hype or truly the future of the internet.
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.
As most of us transition from one season to another, be it summer to autumn or winter to spring, we wanted to take a look back at how this year’s Winter Bash went for everyone.
While millions of people come to Stack Overflow to find answers to their programming questions, there are well over a hundred sites within the Stack Exchange network, covering all kinds of topics from movies & tv to academia to global languages. We found that our question and answer format, along with a strong community focus,…
Ten years on the internet is a long time. Let's celebrate the Stack Exchange sites that, as of Q3, have hit that milestone.
It’s time once again for the ritual that I know we’ve all come to love: the quarterly update on Community team projects. This quarter’s projects are constrained by a lack of available technical/engineering resources on our Public Platform team, so you’ll see that we are focusing on projects that don’t require assistance from them.