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The Stack Overflow podcast is a weekly conversation about working in software development, learning to code, and the art and culture of computer programming. Hosted by Paul Ford and Ben Popper, the series features questions from our community, interviews with fascinating guests, and hot takes on what’s happening in tech. Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow is empowering the world to develop technology through collective knowledge. It’s best known for being the largest, most trusted online commun ...
 
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This “Trojan source” bug (get it?) could threaten the security of all code. In its annual report on its user community, GitHub found that developers appreciate automation, reusing code, and remote work. (No surprises there.) Ceora explains how automation and code reuse are game changers for independent developers and how this logic is spreading to …
 
Ethan's book, Once a Bitcoin Miner: Scandal and Turmoil in the Cryptocurrency Wild West, is available now. The metaverse isn’t just inevitable; it’s already here (and it has a booming real estate market). As we move more of our lives online onto platforms controlled by increasingly powerful digital giants, Ethan explains the democratizing power of …
 
The conversation was inspired by Epic's decision to make it's Kid's Web Service's parent verification free to all developers. Ben has been grappling with these questions since 2013, when he wrote about allowing screen time into his young son's life. One thing that old article does remind us; how incredibly indestructible the original iPad was. A tr…
 
We kick things off by weighing the merits of two gender-neutral regional pronouns: the familiar y’all and the under appreciated yinz. Now that’s covered... The global population of developers will hit 45 million by 2030, up from 26.9 million in 2021 (EDC). What platforms will they want to build on? Did Kubernetes solve all your problems? Did it cre…
 
Maxwell, a solution architect at xMatters, took a winding road to get to where he is. After a computer engineering education, he held jobs as field support engineer, product manager, SRE, and finally his current role as a solutions architect, where he serves as something of an SRE for SREs, helping them solve incident management problems with the h…
 
You can learn more about Roll, which describes itself as blockchain infrastructure for social money, here. If you want to follow them on social, check out @tryrollhq as well as their personal socials: @bradley_miles_ and @sidkal. If you are interested in this kind of tech, check out previous conversations on Web3 and our chat with Chris Dixon on bl…
 
GitHub's CEO, Nat Friedman, stepped down recently to focus on his startup roots. Chief product officer, Thomas Dohmke, will be moving to CEO. The Verge reviewed our no-longer-a-joke April Fool's keyboard. How many keyboard layouts are there anyway? Including non-English layouts, there's lots. Do you have a mind's eye? How about an inner monologue? …
 
Rennie grew up in Kenya, Honduras, Somalia, and Oklahoma; his parents volunteered for the Peace Corps before working for the US Government overseas. Audio tape drives are real! Check out this Retrocomputing question about how the Commodore 64 audio interface worked. If you want to remember something better, a 2014 study says you should write it out…
 
You can find Alex's writing for Employ America here. You can find him on Twitter here You can find Hassan's blog here and his Twitter here. You can find their writing on the semiconductor industry and shortages here and here. Our lifeboat badge winner of the week is jasme, who helped someone figure out how to fix email validation with Laravel.…
 
We start out the show talking about this article: I Don't Know How To Count That Low. What does it mean for Apple to normalize surveillance? Toyota trucks and Land Cruisers were very popular with some violent people. Should they be sold in violent areas? Thanks to our new community manager, Bella Asay, who shared this question: How do I stop annoye…
 
Alex comes up with better ways to interact with technology and writes about it on his website. Is there a link between playing music and writing code? A previous article of ours covered the merger of the two in the music programming language, Sonic PI. If you're curious about the weird extremes of operating system development, check out TempleOS. C…
 
The infrastructure that networked applications lives on is getting more and more complicated. There was a time when you could serve an application from a single machine on premises. But now, with cloud computing offering painless scaling to meet your demand, your infrastructure becomes abstracted and not really something you have contact with direc…
 
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