Knowledge market

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Quora, Stack Overflow, Ask Metafilter, Yahoo! Answers, Windows Live QnA, Wikipedia's Reference Desk, 3form Free Knowledge Exchange, Knowledge iN, and several other websites currently use the free knowledge exchange model. None of these offer more than an increase in reputation as payment for researchers. ChaCha.com and Answerly.com both offer subsidized knowledge markets where researchers are paid to generate answers despite the service remaining free to the question asker. Amazon.com's NowNow previously offered a subsidized knowledge market for questions asked through mobile phones and as an experimental feature in the company's ebook reader, the Amazon Kindle.

List of most popular websites

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This is a list of the most popular websites worldwide according to the first 50 websites listed in the global "Top Sites" lists published by Alexa Internet, and SimilarWeb, along with its rating on the corresponding service.

The Daily WTF

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It ran from 24 April 2007 to 14 May 2007 and received over 350 submissions which were then judged by popular technology bloggers Raymond Chen, Jeremy Zawodny and Joel Spolsky. The winning entry was Stephen Oberholtzer's "Buggy 4-Function Calculator", which, according to judge Joel Spolsky "best exemplifies what real-world code looks like ... [it's] not just bad code, [it's] believable bad code." In addition to "a High-Resolution JPEG of an Official Olympiad of Misguided Geeks at Worse Than Failure First Prize Trophy," the winner received a 15-inch MacBook Pro.

Apress

Banks, Keir Thomas, Malcolm Harkins, Jacob Lamm, Scott Donaldson, Peter Seibel, Bob Walsh, Rory Lewis, and Joel Spolsky. Their print books are distributed worldwide by Springer Science + Business Media, and they are also sold as eBooks and distributed online through the subscription services such as SpringerLink, Books 24X7 and Safari Online. In 2007 Apress was fully acquired by Springer. Prior to this Springer owned a minority stake, and in 2009 Apress' offices in Berkeley, California closed and the business moved to Springer's headquarters in New York.

Measuring programming language popularity

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Stack Overflow's 2016 Developer Survey Results. According to poll JavaScript is used by 85% of developers. Krihelinator.xyz ranks programming languages based on their github contribution rate according to this formula. IEEE Spectrum's 2016 ranking of top programming languages "synthesises 12 metrics from 10 sources to arrive at an overall ranking of language popularity". The various metrics were collected from GitHub, Google Search and Trends, Twitter, Stack Overflow, Reddit, Hacker News, Career Builder, Dice.com, and IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The interactive ranking app allows adjustment of each metric's weight, and also filtering languages by "type" (Web, Mobile, Enterprise, Embedded).

Why's (poignant) Guide to Ruby

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Chapter three was reprinted in The Best Software Writing I: Selected and Introduced by Joel Spolsky (Apress, 2005).

The customer is not a moron

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In 2008, software author Joel Spolsky referred to "she's your wife" in response to complaints that a beta release of Internet Explorer 8 was "buggy" and confusing to end users despite accurately meeting HTML standards, because existing websites had been coded to work around software bugs in older releases. * The customer is always right

Evidence-based scheduling

Evidence-based scheduling is a software estimation approach created by Joel Spolsky, a commentator on software engineering principles. Evidence-based Scheduling is based on at least two core ideas: including all time spent, and using a Monte Carlo completion date prediction method. One of the core ideas of evidence-based scheduling, that adds to the normal estimation practices, is the idea of including all time spent, regardless of relevance. Most people, when estimating, measure the time they actually spend on a project – classic Time Accounting categories such as cited in McConnell's Software Project Survival Guide do not allow for accounting for non-project activities.

Reflections Projections

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Cringely, Chris DiBona, Jawed Karim, Max Levchin, Yale Patt, Joel Spolsky, Phil Foglio, Kaja Foglio, Randall Munroe, Gary McGraw, Jon Stokes, Eric Traut, Jeffrey Ullman. Back with a different, more vibrant color scheme, the R|P 2007 logo isn’t the only new thing about the conference. The 13th annual computing conference on October 12–14, brought together some of the great minds of today and yesterday. With 19 speakers from across the country, from industry and academia, two programming competitions from Yahoo! and in-house developers (MechMania), and a job fair, the conference ended with flying colors.

Atwood

Jeff Atwood, American software developer and entrepreneur. John Leland Atwood, American aerospace engineer. Kimball Chase Atwood, American insurance company founder and grapefruit magnate. Atwood-Blauvelt mansion, Kimball Chase Atwood's shingle style house in Oradell, New Jersey. Kimball C. Atwood, American anesthesiologist and skeptic. Margaret Atwood, Canadian novelist and literary critic. Roman Atwood, American YouTube prankster and comedian. Wallace Walter Atwood, American geographer and geologist. Atwood machine. Swinging Atwood's machine. Atwood number.

Quora

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Critics have raised concerns about the fate of Quora's data if the site ever goes offline and recommended Stack Overflow as an easily archived alternative. After question details were removed in August 2017, Quora was highly criticized for doing so. According to some users, the removal of question details limited the ability to submit personal questions and other questions requiring question details. According to an official product update announcement, the removal of question details was made to emphasize canonical questions.

Lyndsey Scott

She maintains a profile on Stack Overflow, a website where users gain reputation for providing answers about computer programming. In early 2014, she was one of the top 2% of users with over 2,000 reputation points and more than 38,000 profile views. She was the top ranked user for iOS questions on the site for one month in 2015. As of September 2017, she has 23,843 reputation points with 412 answers to user questions.

Scala (programming language)

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The RedMonk Programming Language Rankings, which establishes rankings based on the number of GitHub projects and questions asked on Stack Overflow, ranks Scala 14th. Here, Scala is placed inside a second-tier group of languages–ahead of Go, PowerShell and Haskell, and behind Swift, Objective-C, Typescript and R. However, in its 2018 report, the Rankings noted a drop of Scala's rank for the third time in a row, questioning "how much of the available oxygen for Scala is consumed by Kotlin as the latter continues to rocket up these rankings".

Example-centric programming

Bing Code Search gathers its code samples from MSDN, StackOverflow, Dotnetperls and CSharp411. ;Codota Codota helps developers find typical Java code examples by analyzing millions of code snippets available on sites such as GitHub and StackOverflow. Codota ranks these examples by criteria such as commonality of the coding patterns, credibility of the origin and clarity of the code. The Codota plugin for the IntelliJ IDEA and Android Studio IDEs allows developers to get code examples for using Java and android APIs without having to leave their editor. * Joel Brandt Talk Prevention of usage errors. Reduction of time searching for code examples.

ImpressPages

The ImpressPages community is based in GitHub and Stackoverflow. Developers can contribute plugins via GitHub. Q&A section can be found on Stackoverflow with the tag "impresspages". User contributed themes are listed in the Theme Marketplace. List of content management systems. Comparison of web frameworks. ImpressPages Official Website. ImpressPages Marketplace. ImpressPages GitHub repository. ImpressPages Czech Community.

Social media and suicide

Social media and suicide is a relatively new phenomenon, which influences suicide-related behavior. Suicide is a leading cause of death worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, in the year 2020, approximately 1.53 million people will die from suicide. There is increasing evidence that this behavior of using social media affects and changes people's lives, especially in teenagers. Suicide has been identified not only as an individual phenomenon, but it is influenced by social and environmental factors.

TestNG

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Stackoverflow discussions reflect this controversy. In JUnit 4, the @BeforeClass and @AfterClass methods have to be declared as static. TestNG does not have this constraint. TestNG has provided four additional setup/teardown pairs for the suite, test and groups, i.e. @BeforeSuite, @AfterSuite, @BeforeTest, @AfterTest, @BeforeGroup and @AfterGroup, @BeforeMethod and @AfterMethod. TestNG provide wide range of support to automate application using selenium. This feature is implemented in both tools, however in quite different ways. TestNG has two ways for providing varying parameter values to a test method: by setting the testng.xml, and by defining a @DataProvider method.

Tim Peters (software engineer)

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He is also a highly-ranked contributor to Stack Overflow, mostly for answers relating to Python. Peters' past employers include Kendall Square Research. Tim Peters was granted the Python Software Foundation's Distinguished Service Award for 2017. * History of Python PyCon 2006 interview with Tim Peters. Stack Overflow user page. PythonLabs.com.

Website

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A website is a collection of related web pages, including multimedia content, typically identified with a common domain name, and published on at least one web server. Notable examples are wikipedia.org, google.com, and amazon.com.

List of Jewish American businesspeople

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Joel Spolsky, co-founder and CEO of Stack Exchange Network, founder of Fog Creek Software. Jeremy Stoppelman, co-founder and CEO of Yelp. Aaron Swartz, co-creator of RSS (web feed) and Reddit. Kirill Tatarinov, Russian-born former CEO of Citrix Systems, Inc., former Executive VP of Microsoft Business Solutions. Jack Tramiel, Polish-born founder of Commodore International and the Atari Corporation (bought from Warner Communications in 1984). Alan Trefler, founder and CEO of Pegasystems. Kenneth D. Tuchman, founder of TeleTech. Andrew Viterbi, co-founder of Qualcomm, inventor of Viterbi algorithm. Jeff Weiner, CEO of Linkedin. Devin Wenig, CEO of eBay.