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Podcast #81

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the value of Deep Blue, the Five Whys process, and whether programmers should blog. If you work at a fancy company like Fog Creek, ...

Podcast #80

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss GitHub, the value of formal code documentation, and how to decide what features belong in the next version of your software. We’ve ...

Podcast #79

In this episode of the podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss open sourcing Markdown, the necessity of barriers on the open internet, and the importance of design in the software process. We highlight three ...

Podcast #78

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff sit down with Paul, David, and Matthew — the creators of Litmus and DocType — to discuss ASCII vs. pixels, the power of Amazon ...

Podcast #77

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss how to (accidentally) destroy your software business, Google’s new DNS and page speed rankings, and why the most productive ...

Podcast #76

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the Stack Overflow Careers philosophy, online community growth patterns, and how to tell if you’re Sid Meier or not. Stack Overflow ...

Podcast #75

Joel and Jeff sit down with sysadmin extraordinaire Tom Limoncelli of Everything Sysadmin to discuss IPV6, dumb things for System Administrators to check, and the sysadmin community as reflected in Server ...

Podcast #74

Joel and Jeff sit down with Kathy Sierra and Bert Bates backstage at the Business of Software 2009 conference. If you’d like to submit a question to be answered in our next episode, record an audio ...

Podcast #73

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the meaning of “professionalism” online, the divide between ad-subsidized and pay business models, and the five things ...

Podcast #72

Joel and Jeff sit down with Jon Skeet, software engineer at Google London, and the first Stack Overflow user to achieve 100,000 reputation. A brief audio snippet of Jon’s presentation at London ...

Podcast #71

A collection of clips recorded at the San Francisco DevDays conference, including Joel Spolsky, Mark Harrison, Jeff Atwood, Scott Hanselman and Rory Blyth. This episode runs a bit longer than usual. ...

Podcast #70

In this episode of the podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss DevDays, the diversity of Stack Exchange sites, the debut of CVs and careers on Stack Overflow, and the viability of WiFi at tech conferences. Stack ...

Podcast #69

Joel and Jeff sit down with Peter Seibel to discuss his new book Coders At Work, the effect of listening to music while coding, and the future of programming books. Peter draws on some commonalities ...

Podcast #68

Joel and Jeff discuss outsourced DNS, virtual machine “appliances”, and programmers as library users versus library writers. As a dyed in the wool fan of fake plastic rock, I am required ...

Podcast #67

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the ethics of Craigslist, the pitfalls of customer-installable software, and caching for anonymous web users. If you’d like ...

Podcast #66

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss reverse proxies, the pitfalls of self-support communities, and designing for engagement. It is my intent to attend the London and ...

Podcast #65

In this episode of the podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss lessons from a year of building Stack Overflow, the mysteries of COBOL, some YSlow website optimizations, and magic numbers. What have we learned ...

Podcast #64

Joel and Jeff discuss the disappointment of Google AdSense, the difference in skillset between programmers and testers, and the value of standards groups to working programmers. If you have feedback ...

Podcast #63

In this episode of the podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss the Mythical Man Month problem, keeping communication in check, Windows 7, and web scaling. Joel is fielding his largest team ever at Fog Creek — ...

Podcast #62

In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss software updates, the power of APIs and plugins, and leading by example. A brief discussion of how software should be updated, using ...

Podcast #61

In this episode of the podcast, Joel and Jeff sit down with Miguel de Icaza of the Mono project to discuss Mono, Silverlight / Moonlight, and the pros and cons of open sourcing your code. Miguel is one ...

Podcast #60

This is the 60th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss the value (or lack thereof) of meta-discussion, how much “big iron” popular websites need, and whether code ...

Podcast #59

This is the 59th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff sit down with Damien Katz (of CouchDB) to discuss non-conventional databases, non-conventional programming languages, and taking ...

Podcast #58

This is the 58th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss HTML encoding, designing “safe by default”, whether a question can be too simple, and the art of beta testing. ...

Podcast #57

This is the 57th episode of the StackOverflow podcast where Joel and Jeff discuss the relationship between speed and skill, iPhone development, and the value of programming fundamentals. Joel comments ...