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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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SPONSORED BY FIREHYDRANT While FireHydrant is mostly known for their incident management software, they’re introducing Signals to modernize alerting and consolidate it with incident management. FireHydrant was born out of an incident where a database was dropped at 5:30pm on a Friday right before network maintenance started. It also led to Robert’s…
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Gemini, Google’s new AI model, is great at competitive programming, among other things. AI Explained is a YouTube channel that covers the latest developments in AI. One problem with regulating AI is that the technology evolves (much) faster than regulators can. Wikifunctions is an open repository of code that anyone can use or contribute to. Did we…
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CommandBar is a user assistance platform (UAP). Their flagship product, Copilot, is an embedded user assistant agent that companies can configure to help their users with on-demand help, including interactive walkthroughs and personalized responses. Read James’s article about why CommandBar built Copilot, then get started with their docs. Follow Ja…
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Do LLMs herald the end of computer programming (as we know it)? A Harvard lecture weighs in on this contentious topic. An epic hardware bug story. Question from the academic trenches: How bad will it look to prospective employers if you refuse to defend your PhD? (Answer: Pretty bad.) Another intriguing question: Were postal pneumatic tubes in Berl…
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As the year winds to a close, some big employers are facing lower-than-expected attrition rates—in other words, fewer people than expected are quitting. What a difference a year or two makes. People have strong opinions on the return-to-office conversation. Read Eira’s article and let us know how you feel. We are just beginning to explore the effec…
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Bito AI is an AI coding tool that helps developers work more productively with features like code completion within the IDE and personalized answers drawn from your codebase. Get started with their docs here. ICYMI: Retrieval augmented generation (RAG) is a way of addressing LLM hallucinations and outdated training data. Listen to our recent episod…
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Cloudflare is a cloud provider used by almost 20% of all websites. Developers new to Cloudflare can get started here. Cloudflare recently launched Workers AI, an open, pay-as-you-go AI inference-as-a-service platform that lets developers run machine learning models on the Cloudflare network from their own code. Developers can get started here. On a…
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Sana automates user enrollment, training reminders, and other manual/admin tasks associated with onboarding and learning. Sana AI, their AI assistant, is trained on a company’s data so employees can self-serve the knowledge they need. On a related note, listen to our interview with Gašper Beguš, director of the Berkeley Speech and Computation Lab, …
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SPONSORED BY CHRONOSPHERE Episode notes: Chronosphere is introducing Lens, a cloud-native observability tool to view data flows between services. At Uber, Rob created M3, an open-source metrics engine compatible with Prometheus. Congrats to Lifeboat badge winner, ralf htp, for their answer to How to read an image in Python OpenCV. If you want to me…
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ICYMI, listen to part one of this conversation. Craig is the cofounder and CEO of Stacklok, which helps developers and open-source communities build safer software, secure the supply chain, and choose safer dependencies. Stacklok’s free-to-use service, Trusty, employs a statistical analysis of author/repo activity and a package’s source of origin t…
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Stacklok helps developers and open-source communities build safer software, secure the supply chain, and choose safer dependencies. Trusty is their free-to-use service that employs a statistical analysis of author/repo activity and a package’s source of origin to assess its trustworthiness. Craig cofounded the Kubernetes project, an open-source sys…
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Sleuth helps engineering teams systematically improve efficiency by tracking speed and release quality, preventing slowdowns and bottlenecks, and removing toil and unnecessary friction. Try it for free or see how teams are using Sleuth. Interested in the automations they offer for teams, check out their public marketplace. Dylan was an original arc…
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Tomasz is a general partner at Theory Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage software companies. He coauthored the book Winning with Data, a deep dive into how big data has changed business best practices and organizational culture. Find Tomasz’s writing here. Follow Tomasz on LinkedIn or Twitter.com. In honor of Tomasz’s early car…
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Giamir is the tech lead for Stacks, Stack Overflow’s design system. Svelte is a tool for building web apps. Delve into their docs or, if you’re brand-new to Svelte, start with this interactive tutorial. More than 90,000 devs responded to our 2023 Developer Survey where Svelte was ranked the second-most admired web framework. Connect with Giamir via…
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Alex and cofounder/CTO Paul Querna started ConductorOne because they saw that traditional identity governance (IGA) and privileged access management (PAM) needed to be rethought for cloud-forward companies. Before he cofounded Conductor One, Alev Bovee was a senior director of product management for zero trust and security at Okta. Read Ben’s artic…
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Find out why others have joined Shell. Wondering what it’s like to be a developer at one of the world’s biggest energy companies? They’re hiring. Behavior-driven development is a conceptual approach to software development that calls for collaboration and alignment between developers, testers, and domain experts. One of the new technologies James a…
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At Netlify Compose 2023, Biilmann announced their new composable web platform. This isn’t Netlify’s first rodeo—we talked to them for episodes 588 and 456. You can find Matt Biilmann on X or LinkedIn (and perhaps elsewhere). Today’s shoutout goes to Dick Lucas who asked a topical question, How to prevent Netlify from treating warnings as errors bec…
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The company says v0 is intended to author the first draft of your site or app, then help you iterate quickly. It won't mean the end of junior web developers, says Lee, as a polished final draft still requires a human touch. And it's not a low code no code approach, as the system allows you to switch easily between the GenAI approach and the actual …
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Listen to our previous episodes with Eliot here and here. Viam is a software platform for building, monitoring, and managing data from smart machines, including industrial robots, autonomous vehicles, smart home appliances, and IoT devices. Get an overview of the Viam platform or dig into their docs. Connect with Eliot on LinkedIn. Three cheers for…
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CodeWhisperer is an AI coding companion trained on Amazon and open-source code that gives you coding suggestions in real time. In addition to being general manager for CodeWhisperer, Doug is also the GM for Amazon CodeGuru Security, which uses machine learning to detect security policy violations and vulnerabilities. Connect with Doug on LinkedIn. …
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Clockwise is a time orchestration platform that optimizes schedules to create more time in your day. Clockwise AI, their new GPT-powered scheduling assistant, is launching in beta. Join the waitlist here to get early access. (They’re also hiring!) Ryan wrote a recent article about whether meetings are making developers less productive. Cal Newport’…
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California is trying to transform how math is taught. How’s that going? Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Krausz and Anne L’Huillier won the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physics for work that allows scientists to see how electrons move by mapping their positions in an atom. Learn more here and here. As Ben says, speaking of things that are difficult to observe and do…
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If you want to hear more of her work, check out Alexandra’s Instagram. She uses Tidal Cycles and Supercollider to make algorithms that get people to dance. Interested in algoraves? You may be able to find one near you or run your own. Check out Alexandra in her ad for Logitech, then check out her favorite keyboard .…
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Ben is watching AI Explained, a YouTube channel that covers the latest AI developments and their implications. Read Ryan’s article ​​Do large language models know what they are talking about?. Is language really unique to humans? New research suggests maybe not. Not for the first time, Ryan recommends the work of Noam Chomsky: Why Only Us: Language…
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pgnanalyze helps users deliver consistent PostgreSQL performance and availability at any scale. Get started with a free trial or explore their docs. You can also find them on YouTube, where Lukas posts a weekly show called 5mins of Postgres. Lukas was a founding engineer of Citus Data. Citus is an open-source extension to PostgreSQL that was eventu…
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Check out Luyang’s work at his website or in this Youtube playlist. To make these animations, Luyang uses Processing, a 20-year-old language that started out as a visual way to teach programming but evolved into a professional development tool. Logitech selected Luyang as one of the ambassadors to show off what you can do with their MX Keys S Combo…
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