Stack Exchange

Stack Exchange is the largest network of websites for software developers including Stack Overflow, the pre-eminent destination site for programmers to find, ask, and answer their questions. Founded in 2008 by Joel Spolsky and Jeff Atwood, the company was built on the premise that serving and enriching the developer community at large would lead to a better, smarter Internet. Since then, the Stack Exchange network has grown into one of the largest websites in the world, with Stack Overflow alone serving more than 26 million professional and novice programmers each month. The broader Stack Exchange Network has expanded to cover topics as diverse as Mathematics, Home Improvement, Statistics, and English Language and Usage.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
New York, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
361 (est)+2%
Stack Exchange was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Stack Exchange

David Fullerton

David Fullerton

VP of Engineering
Alex Miller

Alex Miller

VP Operations
Jay Hanlon

Jay Hanlon

VP of Community Growth

Stack Exchange Office Locations

Stack Exchange has offices in New York, London, Denver and San Francisco
New York, US (HQ)
110 William St, 28th Floor

Stack Exchange Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2008

Total Funding

$68 m

Latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Stack Exchange's latest funding round in January 2015 was reported to be $40 m. In total, Stack Exchange has raised $68 m

Traffic Overview of Stack Exchange

Stack Exchange Online and Social Media Presence

Stack Exchange News and Updates

There is a secret 'success rate' hidden in all your Tinder photos

An examination of data sent back to servers by dating app Tinder has shown that the app tracks the "success rate" for photos on the app, revealing just how often images cause users to get right-swiped (liked). Engineers at London property startup Rentify (full disclosure: CE…

$6 billion Atlassian paid $425 million for a cult hit app so it could take on Microsoft Office (TEAM, MSFT)

Earlier in January, $6 billion Aussie software giant Atlassian announced the surprise $425 million acquisition of Trello, a productivity app for project management with 19 million users, making it something of a cult hit.  Trello CEO Michael Pryor describes the sale as a "co…

9 tricks for remembering everything you read

Over on Quora, an overwhelmed student posed the question: "What is the best way to memorize or remember what you study/read?" Tons of people weighed in with answers based on their personal experiences and research. We rounded up some of the best insights from that Quora thre…

How to conduct a UX review that won’t get thrown out

When conducting a UX review, you need to focus on actionable insights.An audit is not an just a laundry list of usability issues. Triage, prioritize, and deliver clear next steps to our stakeholders and clients. Beyond fixing glaring issues, you also want to reveal new opportunities for conversion a…

Stack Overflow to Devs: Help Us Make Code Better by Example

Read the docs—all in one place. The post Stack Overflow to Devs: Help Us Make Code Better by Example appeared first on WIRED.

SpaceX Picks Rocket for First Relaunch

The rocket that landed on a drone ship in April will head back to space.
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