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Podcast #27

This is the twenty-seventh episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff interview Alexis “kn0thing” Ohanian and Steve “spez” Huffman, the founders and co-creators ...

Podcast #26

This is the twenty-sixth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff answer five listener questions, mostly about social software design. Warning: this podcast features cowbell. Really. ...

Podcast #25

This is the twenty-fifth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, where Joel and Jeff sit down with the ineffable Steve Yegge, who you may know from his excellent and extremely popular blog Stevey’s ...

Podcast #24

This is the twenty-fourth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, a special roundtable discussion conducted in NYC at Joel’s Fog Creek offices with the entire Stack Overflow team. That includes Jarrod ...

Podcast #23

This is the twenty-third episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: The Stack Overflow team will be in New York City from the 24th to the 28th. It’s partly ...

Podcast #22

This is the twenty-second episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: Stack Overflow is now a public beta. We went from about 2-5% CPU usage during the private beta ...

Podcast #21

This is the twenty-first episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: Road trip! The Stack Overflow team will be visiting the Fog Creek offices in New York City from ...

Podcast #20

This is the twentieth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: We figured out our deadlock problem, finally. It had to do with Log4Net being called during a database ...

Podcast #19

This is the nineteenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: We’ve mapped our voting functionality to what you see in Digg and Reddit, but we’re ...

Podcast #18

This is the eighteenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: We finally get to meet Michael Pryor, the co-founder of Fog Creek Software, who is a special guest ...

Podcast #17

This is the seventeenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast. Joel is on vacation, so this is a special podcast with the software development team: Jeff Atwood, Geoff Dalgas, and Jarrod Dixon. Our team ...

Podcast #16

Joel and Jeff discuss the perils of programmer design, the purpose of a private beta, the importance of quality chairs for programmers, and the mysterious cone of uncertainty on software projects.

Podcast #15

This is the fifteenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and Jeff discuss the following: A brief discussion of our shoestring budget, and the project schedule. The beta for Stack Overflow ...

Podcast #14

This is the fourteenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and Jeff discuss the following: This week’s Rock Band downloadable content is epic — the best of the Who. Pointless ...

Podcast #13

This is the thirteenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and Jeff discuss the following: Joel Spolsky still claims he is a New Zealander — or at least his father was — though ...

Podcast #12

Joel and Jeff discuss Macbook Air overheating and undervolting, constructive criticism, and engage in an extended discussion of Joel's management training program reading list. If you love classic books, ...

Podcast #11

Joel and Jeff try to avoid talking over each other while discussing data generation, full text searching, cross-site scripting, Markdown, Microsoft's Silverlight, and how to get a job at Fog Creek software. ...

Podcast #10

This is the tenth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and Jeff discuss the following: We provide some background for new listeners on what Stack Overflow will be. See Joel’s post ...

Podcast #9

This is the ninth episode of the StackOverflow podcast — the first fully hosted on itconversations — wherein Joel and Jeff discuss the following: Apple’s WWDC is going on this week, ...

Podcast #8

This is the eighth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: As of our next podcast, we will be hosted at ITConversations — the NPR of podcasts. A good outfit ...

Podcast #7

This is the seventh episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: Many thanks to Stuart Cam for recording a stackoverflow theme song; a brief digression on the introductions ...

Podcast #6

This is the sixth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: A mercifully brief critique of Joel’s Skype avatar. Of course, he should be using this image. The ...

Podcast #5

This is the fifth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: Trivia clarifications from podcast #3: Leonardo DiCaprio on Growing Pains, and how the Fonz actually ...

Podcast #4

This is the fourth episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: Why we think stackoverflow.com isn’t “reinventing the wheel”, or at least, reinventing ...

Podcast #3

This is the third episode of the StackOverflow podcast, wherein Joel and I discuss the following: A brief, but awesome, reference to Donald Gibb in Revenge of the Nerds. We are now using Skype and Pamela ...