Anand Das, cofounder and CTO of Bito AI, joins Ben and Ryan for a conversation about the intersection of developer productivity and GenAI.
Stack Overflow’s Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are a cornerstone of our efforts to create a diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace.
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Louis Brandy, VP of Engineering at Rockset, joins us for a deep dive into the architectural similarities across AI, vector search, and real-time analytics, and how they’re all at play in shaping the infrastructure to fight spam.
On today’s episode we chat with CEO Dipanwita Das and CTO Hellmut Adolphs of Sorcero, which uses AI and large language models to make medical texts more discoverable and readable, helping knowledge to more easily spread, increasing the changes doctors and patients will find the solutions they need.
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Ben and senior software engineer Kyle Mitofsky are joined by two people who worked on the launch of Overflow AI: director of data science and data platform Michael Foree and senior software developer Alex Warren. They talk about how and why Stack Overflow launched semantic search, how to ensure a knowledge base is trustworthy, and why user prompts can make LLMs vulnerable to exploits.
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SPONSORED BY DISCOVER FINANCIAL On this sponsored episode of the podcast, Ben and Ryan chat with Paul Manning and Emanuele Pugliese of Discover Financial about the tech that goes into payments and the way they approach developer experience and architecture. They talk about domain-driven design, event-driven architecture, Kafka Streams, and how they leverage all that…
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Tim Tutt, CEO and cofounder of Night Shift Development, tells the home team about his work in deploying large-scale search and discovery analytics, why he’s working to help nontechnical users understand and utilize their business data, and how GenAI is teaching people to ask better questions.
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Laura Bell Main, founder and CEO of SafeStack, on why everyone should be an AppSec specialist and what she’s doing to make that happen.
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Vladyslav Ukis, Head of R&D at Siemens Healthineers and an expert in site reliability engineering (SRE), joins Ben and Ryan to talk about the relationship between SRE and DevOps, balancing SRE principles with organizational structure, and how he thinks GenAI will impact his field.
Kathryn Murphy, SVP of Product and Design at Twilio, chats with Stack Overflow CTO Jody Bailey about walking the line between product design and engineering early in their careers, lessons learned at tech juggernauts like Salesforce and Amazon, and their respective roadmaps for integrating generative AI into their products.
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