With the recent "REP-OCALYPSE" that happened over the weekend, we thought it was a great time to do another podcast - so come join Joel, Jarrod, and Josh as they talk about some of the recent changes to the site and the motivations behind them.
Well, it's time for the final Stack Exchange Podcast featuring Jeff Atwood before he rides off into the sunset. Tune in to hear Jeff and Joel reminisce about the origins of Stack Exchange, the journey along the way, and listen to some special recordings from those who have been around since the beginning.
Guests this week are Robert Cartaino and Rebecca Chernoff. Yeehaw! They're members of our Community Team.
Jeff and Joel are joined today by Chris "Moot" Poole, founder of 4chan and Canv.as. It's a wide ranging discussion from internet memes and tropes to the danger of the SOPA bill that is currently making it's way through the house.
Jeff & Joel are joined today by Dave Winer, who's upset that we don't have a jingle to start the show! He "invented" (well, pioneered, really) the XML-RPC protocol. Dave tells us the story of how and why the protocol came to be.
No guest today. Moot had to postpone his appearance on the show. But David Fullerton is here to hang out with us
This week's guest is Mark Russinovich, from SysInternals.com and now with Microsoft.
Jeff & Joel are joined this week by Eric Ries, author and expert on The Lean Startup. Click through for all the topics discussed...
Our guest today is James Portnow of Extra Credits. We are also joined in the studio by David Fullerton.
Joel (but no Jeff) is joined this week by Paul Biggar (who Joel originally met when he was a DevDays London 2009 speaker about scripting languages). Paul currently works at Mozilla, having come off his own (not that successful) Y Combinator startup.