partner-content February 6, 2020

How Shapeways’ software enables 3D printing at scale

While most news about the 3D printing industry focuses on advancement in hardware and materials, software has played a crucial role in the democratization of 3D printing. Companies like Shapeways have delivered software to generate 3D files, prepare and optimize them for printing, and manufacture and distribute.
podcast February 4, 2020

Podcast: Your Buddy is Typing

Teresa Dietrich, Stack Overflow's new Chief Product Officer, talks about the time a new feature for AOL Instant Messenger almost took down the company's whole network.
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Director of Content
stackoverflowknows January 3, 2020

This Week #StackOverflowKnows Parties With Introverts, Perfect Cookie Ratio, and Harmless !-Habits

Even over the holidays Stack Overflow and the Exchange sites are buzzing with some great questions and answers. In this edition, you can stick to your new year’s resolutions but still think about the perfect cookie, learn how to seat introverts at parties, and explain your last defeat at chess mathematically.  Can I make leading…
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Content Strategist
code-for-a-living January 2, 2020

This veteran started a code bootcamp for people who went to bootcamp

In 2014, Hardaway started Vets Who Code, a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching US military veterans how to code within the JavaScript ecosystem: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Git, CLI, node.js, webpack, React, Gatsby, and GraphQL. To date, 250 veterans have graduated from the program. This cohort has gone on to find jobs in the industry across 37 states in the US. It’s 100% free to the veterans admitted into the program, 100% remote run, and 100% supported by donations.