Python Stack Overflow
- Just lol if you think python or whatever is the future Stack overflow and GitHub are for new programmers and Uber nerds. Their rankings mean nothing except that Python is a teaching language. The future is moving toward integrated frontend like node that do everything. Data storage happens via graphql or some reactive backend and is continuously stream
- link Highest paying tech job is "dev ops specialist" Downloaded the 2018 Stack Overflow tech salaries report. I was surprised to see the job title "dev ops specialist" as the highest paid job in NA and EU. I always thought of dev ops guys as admins with little amount of python knowledge https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DSq3mNMWE-P4fQICAu5-2ODvLi
- Python OOPs vs Java OOPs I know this is a stack overflow question but I want to understand from the tech people who work with these languages daily. How Java Object Oriented is different than Python Object Oriented model. Thanks in advance
- BLINDTalk privately with your coworkers. Promotions? All-hands? Join your company's internal discussion.
- Programming Mentor Learning programming in my own time. As of now it consists of GitHub crawling, YouTube videos, and playing in Terminal on macOS as a sandbox for Python, Node, etc. There are things I run into where I wish I could ask a mentor or friend when I am just not getting it from the usual places like Stack
- Real SWEs, how often do you look up documentation or stack overflow? Currently working as a ML scientist. Came from research background. No formal CS education. I learn to code by 'reverse engineering' ( run each line and see what happens ). I'm trying to benchmark myself against real SWEs in terms of my coding skill. Even though I've had almost 4 YOE of coding in P