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Joel Spolsky
CEO of Stack Overflow, co-founder of Fog Creek Software (Glitch, FogBugz), and creator of Trello. NYC gay techie
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Joel Spolsky 6h
Here's a talk I gave at the We Are Developers conference in Vienna about Stack Overflow.
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Jon Chan Jul 9
I wrote a blog post for the about and our apprenticeship program. If you’re interested in learning more, please reach out!
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Joel Spolsky Jun 27
Thanks to for hosting me in Atlanta! Great group of entrepreneurs here.
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Stack Overflow Jun 13
Join our CEO, Joel Spolsky, at 's Global IoT DevFest on June 19-20.
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Joel Spolsky Jun 15
Replying to @kevinmontrose
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Joel Spolsky Jun 15
When you are in some app and you want to make a PDF file, why do you go to the Print menu? Shouldn't that be under Save As? kthx I'll let myself out
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Joel Spolsky Jun 5
"We want to build on this milestone for the coding community by articulating a new vision for social coding" -- on the GitHub acquisition ()
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Joel Spolsky May 31
Replying to @scunliffe @df07 and 2 others
In some cases we've had to scale back that benefit
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David Fullerton May 30
We're hiring a VP of Engineering at . This is an amazing opportunity to manage and grow a top-notch engineering team and work on a site that reaches 50+ million people a month!
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Joel Spolsky May 16
Come hear my closing keynote at We Are Developers in Vienna on Friday!
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Joel Spolsky May 3
Replying to @t1m0_o @hendrikEbbers
There is a version called Stack Overflow for Enterprise which allows on premise
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Joel Spolsky May 3
Stack Overflow for Teams is on Product Hunt -- we'll be answering questions there throughout the day!
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Joel Spolsky May 3
Replying to @JManzoSistemas
hmm lemme work on that :(
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Joel Spolsky May 3
Replying to @MarkLockettAu
Because Stack Overflow has structured Q&A (with upvotes on answers, editing, etc) it is easier to search later. Asking on Slack (or email) does not really leave behind a useful artifact for future developers facing the same problem
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Joel Spolsky May 3
A new blog post, too:
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Joel Spolsky May 3
Today’s new thing is called Stack Overflow for Teams. It lets you set up a private place on Stack Overflow where you can ask questions that will only be visible to members of your team, company, or organization.
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Joel Spolsky May 3
I'm excited! We're launching a new product today!
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Joel Spolsky Apr 23
There's this popular idea among developers that when you face a problem with code, you should get out a rubber duck and explain, to the duck, exactly how your code was supposed to work.
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Benjamin Dumke-von der Ehe Apr 13
I am employee number 11. I have been working on Stack Overflow since 2010. There is no question that Stack Overflow has a huge inclusivity problem, and it's our fault. It would have been our job to prevent that from happening, and now it's our job to fix it.
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Joel Spolsky Apr 13
"I had to think for a minute to realize that Stack Overflow has gamification. Not a ton. Maybe a dusting of gamification, most of it around reputation. (A new blog post!)
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