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The Stack Overflow Podcast

The Stack Overflow Podcast

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For more than a dozen years, the Stack Overflow Podcast has been exploring what it means to be a developer and how the art and practice of software programming is changing our world. From Rails to React, from Java to Node.js, we host important conversations and fascinating guests that will help you understand how technology is made and where it’s headed. Hosted by Ben Popper, Cassidy Williams, and Ceora Ford, the Stack Overflow Podcast is your home for all things code.
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To change careers and land your first job as a Software Engineer, you need more than just great software development skills - you need to develop yourself. Welcome to the podcast that helps you develop your skills, your habits, your network and more, all in hopes of becoming a thriving Software Engineer.
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The Select* Podcast features guests across a wide range of backgrounds & topics, with the goal of being your resource for software engineering, leadership advice, edge computing, machine learning, inclusion, tech trends, data management, career paths, enterprise tech, & much, much more. The Select* Podcast is also known as the Select Star Podcast or the HarperDB Podcast. If you listen to podcasts like Syntax, Founder Stories, Changelog, CodeNewbie, TechStuff, Stack Overflow, Software Enginee ...
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Want to learn what it takes to start, develop and build a successful career in the Information Technology industry? The IT Career Energizer podcast enables you to find out how. More than 300 IT and tech professionals, consultants and experts have shared their career experiences and insights to help you to succeed. Previous guests have included Jeff Atwood (Stack Overflow), Troy Hunt (Have I Been Pwned), Nicole Archambault (La Vie en Code), April Wensel (Compassionate Coding), Kent Beck (Agil ...
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This podcast helps Marketing Leaders who work at Tech Companies get their brands found via transparent, measurable digital marketing. Tech Marketing leaders join our host Kerry Guard to discuss what challenges they're currently facing and the creative solutions they've found to solve them. It's presented by MKG Marketing - a digital advertising agency of experts who specialize in SEO, Digital Advertising, and Analytics. Be sure to subscribe so you catch every episode as soon as it drops each ...
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Coding Blocks

Allen Underwood, Michael Outlaw, Joseph Zack

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The world of computer programming is vast in scope. There are literally thousands of topics to cover and no one person could ever reach them all. One of the goals of the Coding Blocks podcast is to introduce a number of these topics to the audience so they can learn during their commute or while cutting the grass. We will cover topics such as best programming practices, design patterns, coding for performance, object oriented coding, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a who ...
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Codefiction Podcast

Codefiction Community

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Türkiye'deki yazılımın kalitesini ve sektör problemlerini kendilerine dert edinmiş, farklı disiplenlerden gelen bir grup yazılımcının toplanıp, yazılım geliştirme yöntemleri ve teknolojileri üzerine konuştukları eğlenceli, saçma ama faydalı bir yayın.
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The CTO Podcast explores the worlds of Chief Technical officers as they manage the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of technologists in the C-suite. Hosted by Etienne de Bruin, this podcast brings you insights and perspectives from experienced technology leaders as they share expertise and wisdom on a wide range of topics, including technical strategy, project management, talent management, infrastructure and architecture, security and compliance, customer experience, agile methodologies, ...
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The Invezz podcast offers discussion, exploration, and guidance to budding investors. Covering topics such as trading stocks and forex, crypto investing, and the wider commodities markets. Hosted by Dan Ashmore (@DanniiAshmore).
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Cross Cutting Concerns presents a podcast for the technologist in a hurry. Interviews with guests are short (around 15 minutes) and limited to a single interesting piece of technology that would interest a programmer, developer, or engineer like you, scratching the surface and engaging your curiosity.
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I share stories and tips from my 3 decades of experience in the Big Tech industry, including working for many years at both Amazon and Google. This is not a deeply technical show. I talk mostly about things like tech leadership, corporate decision-making, politics, dysfunction, and how to be a better engineer. Anyone interested in Big Tech should be able to listen to this and enjoy the storytelling.
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Knotch brings marketers to the mic for conversations about tying digital, demand and growth marketing efforts to business outcomes and ROI. In Pros & Content, we sit down with marketing leaders to dive deep into their content journey to understand how they use audience journey strategy and metrics to accelerate business growth. In our Data-Driven Marketing Leader series, Anda Gansca, CEO and Co-Founder of Knotch, interviews influential CMOs about the intersection of data and content. Learn m ...
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Building for the Next Billion

Building for the Next Billion

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Andela is a global engineering organization that connects leading technology companies and talented software developers from around the world. We enable companies to build high-performing engineering teams while providing a platform for talented technologists to accelerate their expertise. Backed by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, GV (Google Ventures) and Spark Capital, Andela is building the next generation of global technology leaders. Building For The Next Billion is Andela's podcast that dis ...
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Why can’t configuration be made simple? Apple is making it easier for users to repair their iPhones with used parts. Texas is swapping human graders for AI. Automattic (owner of WordPress) is acquiring Beeper for $125M. Silicon Valley or not, San Francisco’s train system still uses floppy disks. But don’t worry, an upgrade is coming—in 2030. Shouto…
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Stack Overflow interviewed 90,000 developers to understand the software developer landscape. This survey is a goldmine for developers who are wondering what they should learn next and what current professionals are using to pick up new skills, write code and share their software. You can check it out here: Stack Overflow 2023 Developer Survey If yo…
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Could AI ever replace the entire software development industry? Should you still learn to code? Lets tackle the misconceptions and fears head-on, demystifying the hype around AI tools like Devin AI, and shining a light on the importance of critical thinking. In a world where sensational headlines blur the lines between fact and fiction, we walk you…
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Get started with MongoDB Atlas on Google Cloud today. Read more from the MongoDB DevRel team at the MongoDB Developer Center. Learn more about Google’s Gemini models. Shout out to thitemple for their Lifeboat-worthy answer to In TypeScript, how do I declare a function that returns a string type array?.…
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Join Etienne in this episode as he interviews Allan Stewart, the lead engineer at SynkedUP, a groundbreaking startup focused on bridging the technological gaps in today’s digital world. Together, they unravel the threads of storytelling in The Lord of the Rings, explore the implications of Conway’s Law on organizational design and software developm…
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Picture, if you will, a nondescript office space, where time seems to stand still as programmers gather around a water cooler. Here, in the twilight of the workday, they exchange eerie tales of programming glitches, security breaches, and asynchronous calls. Welcome to the Programming Zone, where reality blurs and (silent) keystrokes echo in the de…
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Here's a scary realization: there is no 1 path to learn coding. There are many and not every one will work for you. Guest Ilya Dorman challenges conventional coding education and some of my opinions on how to learn to code. We talk about how understanding your own learning process and aligning your personal and professional expectations can transfo…
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Congratulations! You landed your first software engineering role. Now an entirely new and much longer game begins. I remember the feelings of joy when I got hired and then my anxiety kicked in: "What will they expect me to know?" "Will I get laughed out of the room?" "Am I gonna get fired?!" Let's explore what you can expect on your first day, week…
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ICYMI: A backdoor in XZ, a popular open-source compression utility, highlights the risks of relying on open-source software maintained by small teams. Read more about the cyberattack here. Apple’s new LLM, Ferret, could help Siri understand the user interfaces of mobile displays, potentially expanding the capabilities of Apple’s digital assistant. …
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Learn more about the potential of AI inference with OpenVINO Notebooks. Check out the previous podcast with Intel, where we talk with Raymond Lo about how hardware and software work together with AI. Connect with Ria on LinkedIn or GitHub. Congrats to Lifeboat badge winner Kevin, who showed what they know about TypeError; Must use key word argument…
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Etienne is very excited to welcome Jennifer Cwagenberg, Head of Engineering at Protopia AI, to the podcast for an engaging discussion spanning technology, farming, and even the intersection of the two. Jennifer shares insights into her unique lifestyle as a technologist and baroness of Texas, where she navigates the balance between rural tranquilit…
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A developer discovered a backdoor in XZ, a popular open-source compression utility. Read more about the cyberattack here. A Microsoft technical report pinpoints 54 attributes of great software engineers. A new report from The Economist lays out how AI is changing drug development. Are you sick of hearing about AI? What topics or technologies would …
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You can find Jessica on LinkedIn. We've published several posts, including this most recent one, about our attempt to shape an ethical approach to combining our community of knowledge and today's AI systems. Check out this blog post that details some of the work we did to build our data platform. Congrats to macfij on your lifeboat badge for answer…
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You want to build an amazing side project but you don’t know where to start. ❌ TODO app? ❌ Clone of that other app that you use? ❌ Tutorial project? When I’m not sure what I want to build, I do this: Start with the data - what API can you use which may have some interesting information? What features can you construct around the API? For example, a…
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In the final 2023 episode of "Tea Time with Tech Marketing Leaders," Kerry Guard and David Mundy, VP of Marketing at Dasera, explore the indispensability of AI in marketing. They delve into David's journey from cybersecurity startups to his role at Dasera, underscoring AI's pivotal role in content creation and competitive strategy. Dasera David Mun…
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Joining Etienne this week on the podcast is Sean Nam, the CTO of Ivy Energy. Etienne engages in a multifaceted conversation with Sean, and they touch upon the intricacies of supporting founders during fundraising to reflections on technology giants like Apple and Uber. Sean provides insights into IV Energy's mission to revolutionize shared energy u…
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DBRX, an open, general-purpose LLM created by Databricks, reportedly outperforms GPT-3.5 and is competitive with Gemini 1.0 Pro. Recent research found that large, complex LLMs use a simple mechanism to retrieve stored knowledge in response to a user prompt. These mechanisms can help researchers reveal what the model knows and potentially even corre…
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Everybody and their mother, including me, has been telling you to just learn in public. Anna Miller is co-founder of Code Career Mastery and has a different take on creating a brand online, making genuine connections and shortening your path to HIRED. Honestly, this was one of the most refreshing takes I've heard on building a personal brand online…
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Small nations like Anguilla (.ai) and Tuvalu (.tv) are benefiting from their coveted domain names. The US government is suing Apple for violation of antitrust laws, which could have a huge impact on devs, end users, and the whole ecosystem. Reddit went public last week despite not being profitable since its launch in 2005. How can you give feedback…
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In the last 2 years alone, I’ve read through at least 100 resumes for open positions at my current company for junior developers. In addition, I’ve done around 500 calls with developers from around the world and seen hundreds more resumes and LinkedIn profiles. As an engineering manager, when I get sent a stack of resumes to look through, I will di…
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To learn more about the signs that indicate you may be paying more for your cloud computing that you should, check out DoIT’s seven red flags guide. We’ve spoken with DoiT on the podcast before about LLM hallucinations and the security threats that LLMs open. DoiT’s sales pitch is simple: they provide technology and expertise to clients who want to…
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In this episode of "Tea Time with Tech Marketing Leaders," host Kerry Guard sits down with Dan Sanchez, an expert in audience building and digital marketing. Dan shares his journey from graphic design to marketing, highlighting his experience in transforming a university's enrollment rates through innovative digital strategies. Close Mode Dan Sanch…
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Etienne is thrilled to sit down with Tracie Hlavka, former CTO of Flyhomes, to discuss the tumultuous journey of rapid scale and the poignant process of winding down a company. Tracie reflects on her experience navigating the job market amidst layoffs and shifting funding landscapes, shedding light on the challenges of finding the right fit in a to…
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Cribl is a data management platform. Check out their sandbox or explore their products. Cribl Stream is their vendor-agnostic observability pipeline. If you’re new to the term, the observability pipeline is a crucial component of the cloud-native world. Connect with Nick on LinkedIn. Chapters 00:00 Introduction and Background 03:23 The Data Landsca…
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We hear a lot of success stories about bootcamp grads AFTER they’ve landed their first role. What about those who are in the middle of learning to code? I sit down with Levy, a current student in a coding bootcamp who’s juggling work, life and learning how to build software. Levy shares what he wishes he’d known before starting a coding bootcamp, w…
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GitClear is a developer-friendly code review tool that aims to deliver higher developer satisfaction and faster releases. Check out their blog or find them on GitHub. GitClear’s research focuses on how AI code-gen tools have impacted code quality (and not in a good way). Find Bill on LinkedIn. Chapters 00:00 Introduction 00:30 Background of the Res…
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In today’s episode, our host Kerry Guard is joined by Evan Patterson, Marketing Consultant at Inclusive Agile, where Evan shares his insights into the SaaS industry, revealing how his love of laughter and genuine connections with people fuel his success in building communities and fostering partnerships in the tech world. Inclusive Agile Evan Patte…
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Maybe I've fooled you. To be transparent, I've screwed up a lot over the years as a developer. I’ve blown up production a few times. I deleted the column without a back up. I pretended to understand and f*cked things up. I learned a lot, got yelled at a few times and embarrassed too many times to count. Now I can share my takeaways with you. You wi…
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Etienne is very happy to be sitting down with Matt Van Itallie, founder of Sema, a company that develops software to help engineering leaders manage AI in software development. As they delve into their shared experiences of learning to code on vintage machines, they explore Matt's journey from studying philosophy to founding Sema. The conversation …
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Node.js® is an open-source JavaScript runtime environment. Deno is an open-source JavaScript, TypeScript, and WebAssembly runtime. Explore the quick start or check out Deno by example, a collection of annotated examples of how to use Deno. JSR is an open-source package registry for JavaScript and TypeScript. Keep up to date with Ryan on GitHub or h…
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Learning data structures and algorithms (DSA) isn't JUST a smart interview skill, it will boost your confidence as a software engineer, give you a deeper understanding of computer science fundamentals and they can even be fun once you know how to use them. If you're self teaching or just starting out with code, they can be intimidating. They don't …
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This time we are missing the "ocks", but we hope you enjoy this off...ice topic chat about personalizing our workspaces. Also, Joe had to put a quarter in the jar, and Outlaw needs a cookie. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode230 News Thank you for the review Szymon! Want to leave us a review? De…
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AI shops are now releasing LLMs optimized for RAG. Turn a repo into a prompt for a long-context LLM. Perplexity AI is an AI-powered search and discovery tool. Good news for developers: Apple will not remove progressive web app support on iOS in the EU. Basil Bourque earned a Lifeboat badge by explaining How to get full name of month from date in Ja…
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How much do you really need to know to start freelancing? What should you charge? How do you get your first client? Matt Cascardi, my friend and former mentor breaks down how he went from psychology major to freelance developer using a boots on the ground strategy to get clients. Matt got his clients the old school way and this a path that isn't ex…
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Etienne sits down with Krijn van der Raadt, a seasoned CTO with a rich history of steering both startups and established tech giants toward successful exits. Krijn, now a fractional CTO and advisor to startups, shares insights gained and collaborative problem-solving experiences with fellow CTOs. They explore the challenges of transitioning from a …
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Stack Overflow has teamed up with Google Cloud to develop an API—Overflow API—to give Gemini, Google’s AI model, access to Stack Overflow knowledge communities. Learn how Ryan’s team is working toward socially responsible AI. Connect with Ryan on LinkedIn. Stack Overflow user verygoodsoftwarenotvirus earned a Great Question badge by asking somethin…
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Check out Maxime’s three-part LLM course. Part 1 “covers essential knowledge about mathematics, Python, and neural networks. Part 2 “focuses on building the best possible LLMs using the latest techniques." Part 3 “focuses on creating LLM-based applications and deploying them.” Read Maxime’s blog. Follow Maxime on GitHub or LinkedIn. Nikhil Wagh ear…
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Interviews are weird. Software interviews are weirder. This is your guide to go from the recruiter call through the the technical screen and how to negotiate without it being weird. This isn't a theory. I've used all these tactics and so have my mentees. Grab the guide here: Junior Developer Interview Cheat Sheet​ Also, join Parsity.io this week fo…
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Intuit shares more about their generative AI operating system (GenOS) in this Medium blog. If you want to try out generative AI in MailChimp, sign up here. Learn more about Intuit technology here. Many thanks (and a Lifeboat badge) to Dherik for dropping an answer on cURL: how can I return 0 if status is 200? Connect with Shivang on LinkedIn.…
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Kevin Goldsmith, a seasoned CTO, mentor, and principal at Nimble Autonomy, joins the conversation today as we discuss Kevin's journey in technology leadership across the US, Sweden, and the UK, touching on his experiences and the release of his new book, It Depends: Writing on Technology Leadership 2012 to 2022. The discussion covers technology ado…
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Build GenAI applications faster and cheaper with a vector database like Pinecone. New to retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) and other GenAI topics? Our guide is a good place to start. Learn more about RAG and Pinecone. Connect with Roie on GitHub or LinkedIn.By Ben Popper, Ryan Donovan, Roie Schwaber-Cohen
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Will AI replace coders? Is it still worth learning to code? I am optimistic about our future but things have changed. The future will belong to those who leverage AI in the right way. Unfortunately, too many new coders are using AI in all the wrong ways. Avoid the most common pitfalls and use it to super charge your learning. Check out this AI star…
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We are mixing it up on you again, no Outlaw this week, but we can offer you some talk of exotic databases. Also, Joe pronounces everything correctly and Allen leaves you with a riddle. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode229 News Thanks for the reviews! ivan.kuchin (has taken the lead!), Yoondoggy…
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Pinecone is a vector database that lets companies build GenAI applications faster for less cost. Read our primer on retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) or explore RAG and Pinecone. Follow Roie on GitHub or LinkedIn. If you need a handy guide to what’s what in the AI space, check out Stack Overflow’s Industry Guide to AI.…
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Knowing how to write unit tests will make you a better, more hire-able developer. Few bootcamps teach this for some reason and since I like you, I made a FREE Unit Testing guide you can grab here. Unit Testing Pro. Having trouble? Shoot me an email at brian@parsity.io Shameless Plugs 🧠 ​Parsity​ - a coding school for career changers ​🚀 dev30​ - lea…
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SPONSORED BY INTEL Ryan and Ben chat with Raymond Lo, AI software evangelist at Intel, about the AI PC, the software that powers AI breakthroughs, and optimizing hardware and software in unison to improve generative AI performance. Bonus: what’s the difference between a GPU optimized for graphics and a VPU or NPU optimized for AI? Episode notes If …
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Sema’s AI code monitor helps companies manage the risks and capture the benefits of AI in the software development lifecycle. Learn how it works here. Connect with Matt on LinkedIn. Erstwhile podcast cohost Cassidy Williams is the CTO of Contenda. Shoutout to Stack Overflow user Jim, who earned a Stellar Question badge with Docker cannot start on W…
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In this episode, Ryan shares his opinions and advice for up and coming developers including: his journey from marketer to Parsity.io to full stack software engineer his unusual (but not really) interview experience keeping motivated while learning to code side projects hot takes on technology trends why you should probably be a full stack software …
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