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This is a special crossover episode with Remember When, hosted by Steve Fischer and Scott Wood.

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Dennis Stepp is prioritizing tests based on risk.

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Arlene Andrews talks about good online learning resources.

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Jonathan Danylko talks to Matt about the results of the 2019 Stack Overflow developer survey. We kinda go all over the place for this episode!

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Show Notes:

  • This episode is a bit different than normal episodes. It’s an informal discussion of the Stack Overflow survey results by two people who are not and have never been Stack Overflow employees. We discuss a few things that stood out to us, but we barely scratch the surface of all the data that you can dig through. Make sure to check out the survey results yourself for the entire picture!

  • Stack Overflow survey results

  • We talk a bit about remote work. If you’re interested in that, I recorded a whole episode with Gino Ferrand and published it last week last week.

  • DanylkoWeb

  • Jonathan Danylko is on LinkedIn

Want to be on the next episode? You can! All you need is the willingness to talk about something technical.

Gino Ferrand is building a company for distributed teams. This episode is not sponsored! Want to be a sponsor? You can contact me or check out my sponsorship gig on Fiverr

Show Notes:

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Matthew D. Groves

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Matthew D. Groves lives in Central Ohio. He works remotely, loves to code, and is a Microsoft MVP.

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