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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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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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This is a podcast series designed for the C-level suite of small-to-medium sized companies who are trying to maximize technology for their organization. We’re getting behind some of the buzzwords, introducing potential new concepts, and contextualizing it all into a format that will allow them to become actionable.
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Discussions are now taking place across all tags on Stack Overflow. Check out this one about why people keep proclaiming the death of PHP or this one on whether Jenkins is still the dominant player in the CI/CD space. What would happen if you suddenly lost consciousness? The Philosophy Stack Exchange has thoughts. Did knights wear glasses? Historic…
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Andrew has worked in many roles, including as Executive Manager at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, where he established and grew a platform engineering function that supported 7,000 engineers. You can find him on LinkedIn here. You can learn more about Compass, a developer experience platform, here. Shout to Amelio for earning a stellar questio…
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We have a different combination of the hosts for this episode where we continue the series on the types of database systems available and why you might choose one over another. Michael continues impressing by recalling everything we’ve ever said on our 500+ hours of podcasts, Allen enjoys learning about a database system he’d never come across, and…
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Mobb offers AI-powered technology that automates vulnerability remediations with a goal of helping development teams significantly reduce their security backlogs and free up more time for innovation. Check out their blog or dive into their docs. Connect with Eitan on LinkedIn. Shoutout to Konrad, who won a Stellar Question badge for What is the dif…
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In this episode we talk to Dejan Milicic about the new version of RavenDb that just dropped. We also talk about how importants passion is as a developer. Links from the episode: https://ravendb.net/ Dejan's book https://www.amazon.com/Introducing-RavenDB-Database-Modern-Persistence/dp/1484289188/ Developer Hegemony https://www.amazon.com/Developer-…
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Find out why others have joined Shell. If you want to experience what being a developer at one of the world’s largest energy companies looks like, they’re hiring. Great question, Alexander Myshov! This badge was awarded for Are arrow functions faster (more performant, lighter) than ordinary standalone function declaration in v8? Reach out to Maya o…
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William is the CEO of Lightning AI and the creator of PyTorch Lightning, the lightweight PyTorch wrapper for high-performance AI research. Dive into their docs or explore the developer community. ICYMI: Across tech, layoffs are boosting share prices. Follow William on Twitter or connect with him on LinkedIn. Shoutout to Brian61354270, who earned a …
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In today's episode, our host Kerry Guard sits down with Eric Martin, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Stack Overflow, to explore the significance of setting aspirational goals and cultivating a supportive team environment. Eric shares insights from his extensive career, including transformative experiences at SalesLoft and his current role at …
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Is it possible to make a PDF bigger than Germany? Here’s one larger than the known universe. As its creator says, “it’s mostly empty space, but so is the universe.” Massachusetts is leading the way in the skills-based hiring revolution by eliminating degree requirements for state jobs. Did you miss these deeply uncanny AI-generated food images, fro…
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In this episode, our host Kerry Guard is joined by Miad Moussawi, the VP of Marketing at Synsaber, as they delve into the dynamic world of tech marketing. With over 17 years of industry experience, Miad shares insights into product alignment, the significance of flexible marketing efforts, and the pivotal role of customer feedback in shaping succes…
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AI-generated code is “not equivalent to reliable and robust code, especially in the context of real-world software development,” according to a new study whose title got our attention. Tech layoffs continue in the wake of the pandemic hiring boom, sending some share prices into the sky. Take a look at how AI coding assistants are already changing t…
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You asked, we listened! A request from one of our Slack channels was to go over the various types of databases and why you might choose one over another. Join us in another information filled episode where Joe won’t be attending the event he’s been promoting and Allen tries to keep his voice together for the entirety of the episode, and almost succ…
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Greg Wilson has been on a decades-long quest to transform how we teach and talk about software design. From getting rejections for using the term “beautiful code,” to empowering scientists through workshops on Python and Unix, Greg has pushed to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Join us as Greg shares his failures and epiphanies along the…
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A theory explores how to play DOOM inside a human cell. Fair warning, you'll need about 600 years to complete the game. Looking for a good prompt builder to help you get the most out of your LLM? Try this one or explore this huge collection of prompts. Startup Twin Labs wants to build a product that automates repetitive tasks by letting AI take ove…
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Intuit shares more about their generative AI operating system (GenOS) in this Medium blog. Learn more about Intuit technology here. Congrats to Lifeboat badge winner Mohsin Naeem for answering the question How can I extract metadata from an MP3 file? Connect with Merrin on LinkedIn or X. Connect with Shivang on LinkedIn.…
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In this episode, host Kerry Guard sits down with Kindsey Haynes, the CMO of Kirkham Iron Tech, to delve into their innovative marketing strategies and tactics. Kindsey shares insights into how her team effectively targets specific industry verticals, focuses on nurturing relationships with potential clients, and utilizes a mix of traditional and di…
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The estate of the late comedian George Carlin is suing the creators of an hour-long AI-generated comedy special that mimics Carlin’s distinctive delivery and material. [Ed. note: not actually AI, still lawsuit.] Prefer your AI more Freudo-Marxist? Here’s a never-ending, AI-generated conversation between Werner Herzog and Slavoj Žižek. You’re welcom…
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In today's episode, our host Kerry Guard welcomes Elizabeth Hague, a tireless underdog champion specializing in protecting and growing revenue for pre-IPO companies. They delve into the importance of building and leading marketing teams, navigating the rebranding process, and the challenges faced by startups in hiring product marketers. Wildcatecho…
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Find out what’s new with ML in production. Machine learning models must learn to unlearn. Open-source game engine Godot now has a free Nintendo Switch port for game developers. We’ve previously hosted Godot cofounder and lead developer Juan Linietsky on the podcast. Stack Overflow user areller earned a Lifeboat badge with their answer to How to cal…
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A white-hat hacker uncovered security vulnerabilities in an AI-powered hiring system used by fast-food chains and hourly employees around the world. Read the blog post or watch this explainer. Mariposa is a programming language with time travel. Want to be an individual contributor (IC) who still amplifies the performance of everyone around you? Be…
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This episode we are talking about keeping the internet interesting and making cool things by looking at PagedOut and Itch.io. Also, Allen won’t ever mark you down, Outlaw won’t ever give you up, and Joe took a note to say something about Barbie here but he can’t remember what it was. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.c…
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This episode we are talking about keeping the internet interesting and making cool things by looking at PagedOut and Itch.io. Also, Allen won't ever mark you down, Outlaw won't ever give you up, and Joe took a note to say something about Barbie here but he can't remember what it was. The full show notes are available on the website at https://www.c…
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Mariposa is a toy programming language that has time travel as a primary feature. Bugs are a thing of the past (literally)! Miss having a physical keyboard when thumb-typing on your phone? Well, you’re in luck. Over at CES, LG Electronics wants your devices to have “affectionate intelligence.” Whatever it takes to make AI more human-centric and emp…
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Rabbit R1 is an AI-powered assistant you can keep in your pocket (but it’s not a phone). How will AI impact scientific research? A new collaboration between Microsoft and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is focused on energy storage solutions. A US Senate hearing questions whether tech companies should be allowed to train their AI models o…
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Now you know: The human body can serve as a resonance chamber for remote car keys, effectively extending their range. A hackathon team used GenAI can create a fully playable D&D-style game in just one day. Skybox AI from Blockade Labs allows users to generate 360° skybox experiences from text prompts. A significant advancement in the brain-computer…
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In this episode, join our host Anda Gansca, CEO of Knotch, as she delves into the captivating personal journey of Suku Krishnaraj, CMO of Sumo Logic, who transitioned from a technical background as a developer to the dynamic realm of Chief Marketing Officer. Krishnaraj shares insights into their unexpected foray into marketing, guided by a genuine …
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Willis Gibson, 13, closed out 2023 by becoming the first person to officially beat the original Nintendo version of Tetris. Here’s how he did it. Want to understand the code that caused the ultimate killscreen? Watch this great explainer from HydrantDude. The 2023 film Tetris is based on the true story of the legal battle to license the game. Is th…
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It’s that time of year…the time we (reluctantly) look back at what we said we were going to do this past year and see if we actually did it. Then, we repeat history and set some goals we’ll likely look back and wish we’d accomplished this time next year. In addition, we continue with the antics we’re known for, Joe gets a little aggressive in Menta…
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Will AI fundamentally change software development or just add some efficiencies around the edges? Surveys from Stack Overflow and Github find north of 70% have probably already tried using it and many incorporate it into their daily work through a helper in the IDE. It's also worth reflecting a bit on the technology sectors that didn't have as grea…
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Along with his work at Stanford, Katanforoosh is a founding member of deeplearning.ai and co-created the Deep Learning Specialization on Coursera. He believes the rapidly expanding capabilities of AI will mean that humans, and especially programmers, will need to learn new skills faster than ever. This doesn't mean machines are going to take our jo…
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What if your dreams were suddenly ripped away? What if your talents vanished, your passions erased? That's what happened to Jason McDonald when a traumatic brain injury at 16 ravaged his planned destiny of becoming a doctor. Jason painfully rebuilt his ind and body from scratch - relearning to read, write, even speak. A serendipitous discovery of c…
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Biilmann says we can't ignore the impact GenAI is having on developer productivity. One of their engineers created a GPT that automatically generates stories for React + TypeScript components, and after seeing how successful it was internally, Netlify made it open source for the public. We also chat over the results of their recent State of Web Dev…
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SPONSORED BY DOIT The broken nose in jail scam is on the rise. With AI improvements, it’ll get harder to spot. OWASP, a non-profit dedicated to software security, tracks the top ten security risks for LLMs. We’ve spoken with DoiT on the podcast before about LLM hallucinations. DoiT’s sales pitch is simple: they provide technology and expertise to c…
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This episode features Annyce Davis, VP of Engineering at Meetup, for a discussion on how to excel in the tech industry, GraphQL, and much more. Questions covered include: Intro: background / journey in tech It looks like you focus a lot on helping folks in the tech industry excel in their careers or transition to where they want to be. What are som…
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On today’s home team episode, Ben and Ryan discuss the implications of a lapse in section 174 of the tax code. Here’s a great explainer on how it’s affecting startups and software firms, threatening jobs and potentially bankrupting some struggling companies. Video game employees are exploring a union and Microsoft recently announced it will stay ne…
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This episode we are talking about the future of tech with the Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2024. Also, Allen is looking into the crystal ball, Joe is getting lo, and Outlaw is getting into curling. The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode224. News Thank you for the reviews! justsomedudewr…
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This episode we are talking about the future of tech with the Gartner Top Strategic Technology Trends 2024. Also, Allen is looking into the crystal ball, Joe is getting lo, and Outlaw is getting into curling. The full show notes for this episode are available at https://www.codingblocks.net/episode224. News Thank you for the reviews! justsomedudewr…
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Does ChatGPT have seasonal depression? AIs aren’t building apps on their own, at least not yet—but they are helping developers build them. Read Isaac Lyman’s article about the three types of AI-assisted programmers. ICYMI: Listen to our interview with linguist Gašper Beguš, director of the Berkeley Speech and Computation Lab, about how LLMs and hum…
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