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Stack Overflow
Helping write the script of the future by serving developers and all technologists.
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Stack Overflow 10h
If you're pushing the limits, whether or not the board melts under high heat could be a deal breaker.
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Stack Overflow 11h
Software companies often focus on hypergrowth. That can leave them with ethical and social blindspots that will cost them time, money, and reputation.
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Stack Overflow 14h
In case you missed it: No such thing as a free lunch with Microservices.
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Stack Overflow 20h
We chat with , a fellow at the MIT Civic Data Lab and Adjunct Professor of Civic Technology at NYU's ITP program about the surge in tech startups looking to ground themselves in ethical practices.
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Stack Overflow Nov 30
Developers like to speak to other experts. Companies should hire experts in talking to developers.
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Stack Overflow Nov 30
You could do an Ollie in a vacuum - if you can hold your breath long enough.
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Stack Overflow Nov 27
What happens when Big Tech not only gifts the new library but also supplies the curriculum. We chat about how the relationship between companies and universities is changing.
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Stack Overflow Nov 27
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Stack Overflow Nov 26
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Stack Overflow Nov 25
7 tips for engineers to get recruiters to notice your resume from who wrote the book on it.
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Stack Overflow Nov 25
Why avoid email links when you click them on the web? Well, you tell children not to accept candy from strangers, but let them buy it at the store.
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Stack Overflow Nov 24
Either your textbook is wrong, or it's looking at things from an ISP's perspective.
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Stack Overflow Nov 24
In this episode: What is the difference between a language and a framework?
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Stack Overflow Nov 23
Microservices are growing in popularity. But distributing things also introduces a whole new world of problems, many of which were previously solved by monoliths.
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Stack Overflow Nov 23
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Stack Overflow Nov 20
When your TV has not moved its angle to the sun, but the planet it is sitting on has.
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Stack Overflow Nov 20
When it comes to health records, the security of your data gets personal. We chat about a British NHS project involving SOLID and none other than Sir
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Stack Overflow Nov 19
Repeat after me, JWT heavily relies on the private key to stay absolutely private.
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Stack Overflow Nov 19
Why should you avoid recursion in safety-critical code?
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Stack Overflow Nov 19
Need to organize spaghetti code into something that can be open sourced? It doesn't have to be a recipe for disaster.
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