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  • Where in the World is Mobile Development?
    In a previous post, we used the Stack Overflow Trends tool to look at how technology usage in mobile development has changed over time. But we’ve often found that popular languages, platforms and technologies differ across cities and countries as well. The post Where in the World is Mobile Development? appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Flash is Dead: What Technologies Might Be Next?
    Last week, Adobe announced that they would stop supporting Flash by 2020. In some ways this is surprising: I still sometimes run into pages that require Flash, and you can still find a few defenders of the platform in the software development community. The post Flash is Dead: What Technologies Might Be Next? appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Podcast #113 – Frustrating Miracles
    Welcome to the Stack Overflow podcast recorded Thursday July 20 at Stack Overflow Headquearters in NYC. Your hosts today are podcast regulars Jay Hanlon, David Fullerton, and Ilana Yitzhaki, plus the quite irregular Matt Sherman (Stack Overflow Engineering Manager extraordinaire). This week’s episode is brought to you by Game of Thrones Season 5 Spoilers as well as Stack Overflow Channels. Everyth...
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  • Podcast #112 – Please Direct All Hate Mail to Jay Hanlon c/o Stack Overflow…
    Welcome back to the Stack Overflow podcast episode #112 recorded Thursday, July 13th at Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Today’s hosting duties fall to Jay Hanlon as Joel is still busy alphabetizing his socks. Joining him is newly minted CTO David Fullerton, Fog Creek Community Engineer and Star Wars scholar Jenn Schiffer, and can-totally-tell-the-difference-between-Moff-and-Mon-Mothma podcast producer J...
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  • Podcast #111 – SRE: Occasionally Maintaining Infrastructure That You Hate
    Welcome to a very special episode of The Stack Overflow Podcast recorded Thursday, June 8 at Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Why is this a very special episode, you ask? It’s all about Site Reliability Engineers (SRE). Joel and Jay are away (slackers) so David is running the show along with Ilana and 3 members of our very own SRE team. Tom Limoncelli, Mark Henderson, and Jason Harvey are here to discuss...
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  • Podcast #110 – IBM, You’re Wrong
    Welcome to The Stack Overflow Podcast recorded Thursday May 18, 2017 at the same place they are always recorded: Stack Overflow HQ in NYC! Today’s episode is brought to you by Shabbos Goy, Maori face markings, and the brand new Stack Overflow App! (And no, Windows phone is still not supported…) The post Podcast #110 – IBM, You’re Wrong appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Podcast #109 – Nick hates making people cry, but…
    Welcome to the Stack Overflow Podcast recorded Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Joel is in Vienna this week at the WeAreDevs conference, so Jay is taking the reigns along with David “Rexalicious” Fullerton, Ilana Yitzaki, and me, your friendly neighborhood podcast producer! This episode is brought to you by Stack Overflow Jobs. Join the thousand other developers who have created...
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  • How to Talk About Yourself in an Interview
    When people ask me what they should know first about going into technical interviews, they get the same answer: be prepared to talk. The post How to Talk About Yourself in an Interview appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Companies Hiring Developer Interns Right Now
    Stack Overflow has long been a resource where students can level up their skills. In fact, we’re pretty sure this is required reading in most computer science classes: The post Companies Hiring Developer Interns Right Now appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Can’t Afford Private Offices? Let Developers Go Remote
    We at Stack Overflow have long been proponents of private offices for developers. If you’re really not familiar with our stance on this, you should definitely go over and read this post: Why We (Still) Believe in Private Offices. I’ll wait. The post Can’t Afford Private Offices? Let Developers Go Remote appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Tech Companies Founded by Women… and Hiring Now!
    March is Women’s History Month, and we’re celebrating all month long by showcasing jobs at companies founded by women. The post Tech Companies Founded by Women… and Hiring Now! appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Trends in Cloud Computing: Who Uses AWS, Who Uses Azure?
    Microsoft’s earnings were released yesterday, so we thought we’d take a look at how Microsoft technologies including Azure are used in comparison to Amazon Web Services across time, technologies, and industries, according to Stack Overflow data. The post Trends in Cloud Computing: Who Uses AWS, Who Uses Azure? appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Podcast #112 – Please Direct All Hate Mail to Jay Hanlon ℅ Stack Overflow…
    Welcome back to the Stack Overflow podcast episode #112 recorded Thursday, July 13th at Stack Overflow HQ in NYC. Today’s hosting duties fall to Jay Hanlon as Joel is still busy alphabetizing his socks. Joining him is newly minted CTO David Fullerton, Fog Creek Community Engineer and Star Wars scholar Jenn Schiffer, and can-totally-tell-the-difference-between-Moff-and-Mon-Mothma podcast producer J...
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  • Trends in Government Software Developers
    With the D.C. area in the middle of Microsoft Inspire, one of the year’s biggest tech events, we thought it might be interesting to see how developers working in government stack up with developers in other industries in terms of what technologies they use on a daily basis. The post Trends in Government Software Developers appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Introducing Channels: Private Q&A for Your Team
    On Stack Overflow, a question gets asked once, answered, and then becomes a central point of knowledge for thousands of others who read it on our site. But what about developers who don’t have the luxury of being public about their work? The post Introducing Channels: Private Q&A for Your Team appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Text Mining of Stack Overflow Questions
    This week, my fellow Stack Overflow data scientist David Robinson and I are happy to announce the publication of our book Text Mining with R with O’Reilly. We are so excited to see this project out in the world, and so relieved to finally be finished with it! Text data is being generated all the time around us, in healthcare, finance, tech, and beyond; text mining allows us to transform that unstr...
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  • Raise Your Voice: Proclaim the Need for Net Neutrality
    Because we believe all traffic on the web should be treated equally, Stack Overflow will join some of your other favorite sites from around the web including Netflix, GitHub, Reddit, and Amazon on July 12 for a day of action supporting net neutrality. The post Raise Your Voice: Proclaim the Need for Net Neutrality appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • New Stack Overflow Footer & About Pages Launch Today
    If you go anywhere on stackoverflow.com today, you’ll notice a brand new footer, new About pages, and possibly a few other surprises we’re still testing out (not everyone will see these yet). The post New Stack Overflow Footer & About Pages Launch Today appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • Las celebraciones de nuestra graduación – un resumen.
    Ha sido un mes y medio completamente feroz. La graduación de nuestro sitio nos ha causado mucha felicidad y hemos podido celebrar en Madrid y en la Cuidad de México.  Hemos tenido también la oportunidad de poder conocer a varios de nuestros usuarios en persona, cosa que para nosotros es un gran placer.  El poder visitar a estas ciudades para representar a Stack Overflow en español ha sido una expe...
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  • Download Stack Overflow’s 2017 Developer Survey Data
    Starting today, you can download the raw data from Stack Overflow’s 2017 Developer Survey, which received more than 64,000 responses from developers around the world. (The data file includes the 51,392 responses we considered to be sufficiently complete for publication.) You can download previous years’ results as well, from 2011 to 2016. The post Download Stack Overflow’s 2017 Developer Survey Da...
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  • New Kids on the Block: Understanding Developers Entering the Workforce Today
    Another academic year has recently ended, bringing with it a new season of graduations to celebrate and a new crop of freshly-minted graduates entering the software industry. The 2017 Stack Overflow Developer Survey provides context and data for understanding developers who are just entering the workforce compared to more experienced developers. Let’s use this year’s survey results to gain a deepe...
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  • El estado de Stack Overflow en español: Mayo 2017
    Llego la hora de compartir unos numeritos con ustedes sobre el sitio. Tenemos una buena discusión sobre otras estadísticas que pueden discutir aquí.  Este aporte es para darles un vistazo a lo que los usuarios han realizado en el mes de mayo. The post El estado de Stack Overflow en español: Mayo 2017 appeared first on Stack Overflow Blog.
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  • A Dive Into Stack Overflow Jobs Search
    About two years ago, a significant event happened at Stack Overflow: a new system, named Providence, was released. Providence would allow us to tell which technologies a visitor is interested in, and measure the “fitness” between a visitor and a job. The release of Providence marked a stepping stone in Stack Overflow’s continuous effort to be “smarter” and invest in data science, and it was only t...
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