While countless apps are competing for your attention, here's some tips on how to fight back.
When it's done wrong, it becomes punitive micromanagement. When it's done right, it empowers everyone to tackle the problems they handle best.
The days of traditional application monitoring are fading. Applications today are no longer a single program, but a network of services connected by API and RPC endpoints across cloud containers that are created and removed as needed.
Developers are always trying to shorten the distance between thinking of a solution and coding. How much does the integration of hardware and software in your everyday tooling help?
Serial entrepreneur Arpit Mohan, cofounder and CTO of Appsmith, tells Ben and Cassidy about his path to building Appsmith, an open-source project that makes it easy for engineers to build, ship, and maintain internal tools.
When a company hits a period of hypergrowth, developers are in for a thrill ride. They need to start scaling their systems, moving to service architectures and clouds, and looking to solve problems others haven’t. But hypergrowth brings headaches, too, and chief among them is how to keep everyone aware of what’s going on with teams that they aren’t a part of.
We chat with Marcel Twohig, Head of Design for the MX Series at Logitech, Thomas Fritz, Associate Professor of Human Aspects of Software Engineering, about what makes developers more productive.
Ben, fresh from launching Stack Overflow’s new Student Ambassador Program, tells Matt about partnering with Major League Hacking, the young programmers eager to get back to in-person events, and the powerful allure of free pizza. Plus: Why you don’t have to create an account to engage with our public platform.
Ben talks with Dylan Fox, founder and CEO of rapid-growth startup AssemblyAI, about how he became interested in AI and machine learning, why he left a steady job at a tech giant to create something new, and what AI can offer creators like writers and visual artists.