Joel and Jeff sit down with our new community coordinator, Robert Cartaino, to discuss the future of Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange 2.0.
Joel and Jeff sit down with Anton Geraschenko of Math Overflow to discuss the unique qualities of a community of expert mathematicians, how to capture a sphere in a knot, and the importance of off-site backups.
Joel and Jeff discuss the pursuit of venture capital, why Joel is ending his blog, and the hidden power of Google's web spider.
Joel sits down with the Stack Exchange team, who are working on the hosted version of Stack Overflow.
Joel and Jeff discuss the promise and peril of Email (both social and technical), Google Buzz, and the value of training material.
Joel and Jeff sit down with Mac developer Daniel Jalkut to discuss Mac development and the new iPad.
Joel and Jeff discuss the value of Deep Blue, the Five Whys process, and whether programmers should blog.
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.
Joel and Jeff discuss open sourcing Markdown, the necessity of barriers on the open internet, and the importance of design in the software process.
Joel and Jeff sit down with the developers of LitmusApp and DocType to discuss ASCII vs. pixels, the power of Amazon EC2, and the unglamorous but critically important topic of backup.