Veteran developer and developer advocate shares his disillusionment with big tech and AI being shoe-horned into everything.
After 15 years in open source and multiple awards, Eddie shares advice on how to get started with contributing to open-source and how to use it to become a better engineer.
Overtime, chasing deadlines and on-call rotations are some of the clear causes of burnout. But developers can get burned out even if they don't work long hours.
The main concept behind all of them is to unite AI's summarization, aggregation, and conversational capabilities with the immense knowledge base of the StackOverflow community.
He has a weird hobby, he says: collecting old computers and making them do something modern they were not made to do. Like connecting to the internet or training a ML model.
More than 50% of developers say that more than half of their organization's development effort is spent on APIs.