The Overflow #105: An oral history of Stack Overflow

Welcome to ISSUE #105 of The Overflow! This article is by builders, for builders, written and curated by the Stack Overflow group and Cassidy Williams. This week: Hat season on Stack Trade, an oral historical past of Stack Overflow to mark our four-hundredth (!) podcast episode, and learn how to construct a high-velocity DevOps tradition.

From the weblog

Millinery on the Stack: Join us for Winter (Summer?) Bash, 2021! stackoverflow.weblog
Hat season is right here! Winter Bash 2021 runs by means of January 5. Be part of us for this enjoyable, end-of-year custom, sponsored by xMatters, an Everbridge firm. As you take part on Stack Trade websites, search for new challenges and surprises, it doesn’t matter what hemisphere you’re in.

A conversation about how to enable high-velocity DevOps culture at your organization stackoverflow.weblog
Just lately, Stack Overflow’s Chief Product and Expertise Officer, Teresa Dietrich, sat down with Justin Stone, Senior Director of Safe DevOps Platforms at Liberty Mutual, for a dialog about constructing a high-velocity DevOps tradition.

Podcast 400: An oral history of Stack Overflow – told by its founding team stackoverflow.weblog
For our four-hundredth episode, an oral historical past of Stack Overflow from the founding group: Joel Spolsky, Jeff Atwood, Geoff Dalgas, and Jarrod Dixon.

[Free whitepaper] The road to DevOps success promotion
On this whitepaper, we’ll share what is required to change into profitable in DevOps. Learn the way data-driven DevOps and observability can result in decrease MTTR and real-time visibility of utilization, efficiency, reliability, errors, and safety incidents.

Attention-grabbing questions

In JavaScript, how is awaiting the result of an async different than sync calls?
For those who make lots of guarantees in JavaScript, you might be awaiting for a response for some time.

Security of hashing and encryption algorithms for 30 years
“30 years is a very very long time for cryptography.”

Where can I find requirements specification for open-source software?
Capturing necessities for open supply isn’t at all times easy.

Accused of cheating during a technical video interview
Or are you overthinking it?

Understanding rendering in the Jamstack
There are numerous other ways to render on the internet. Right here’s a deep-dive into what that appears like in Jamstack growth.

The State of CSS 2021
There’s some good particulars on utilization, consciousness, and adoption.

Nine ways to make the holiday season less stressful for your employees
If you’re in engineering administration (or any form of administration, actually), the vacations could be notably hectic. Listed below are some ideas for lowering that along with your groups!

Building the most inaccessible site possible with a perfect Lighthouse score
What for those who constructed a completely inaccessible web site…nevertheless it had an ideal Lighthouse rating?

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