May 29, 2013 by Marco Cecconi
I was in Lisbon this week visiting old friends. In exchange for a desk and WI-FI — and potentially some yummy pizza — I have been giving quick talks about the high level architecture of the Stack Exchange network and about our development philosophy: we like fast, really fast code!
The talks were followed by Q&A sessions where I tried to answer the most common questions on Stack Overflow. After all, I do make Q&A for a living...
Here's some of the coolest questions that I've been asked:
Here go the slides, enjoy!
Psst: did I mention we're hiring?
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